Skip to main content

Full text of "FOIA: Kasper, John-Knoxville-2"

See other formats


STANDARD FORM NO. 64 



* * 



Office ^tAefnoYcmdum • united states government 

r 

ro . DIJJBCTOE, FBI ClOO-423395) date. 9/17/58 



FROM 



fi^q, JACKSOMILI^ (10^45) 



Sy EJECT: 



PABQABD WHITE CITIZEHTS^ COUNCIL 
waall^^ngton, D» C, j / 



Re^Tairtel, 7/30/58, ^i^tltled, "National States 
Bights Party, IS - X." 

Th9 followiag is a resume, of the Investigt-tion at 
Tallahassee, Florida, 7/31/58 and 8/1/58 io connectioh with the 
release of JQfiPST KASPEB from the Federal Correctional Institution 
(FCI) • 

On the afternoon of 7/31/58, | | 

PCy, TallahasJSeej Florida Highw^-y Patrol Head<iuarters; Leon 
Co\jnty Sheriff's Office | and Tallahassee, Florida, Police 
Department were alerted to possibility that a demon»tration 
by his supporters might ensue in connecti on with the rele ase of 
RASPER fr om the FCI. Lat er the same day. I 1 con- 



be 

:b7C 
:b7D 



tasted SA [ 



and confidentially advised that on 



order frojn Director BENlsrE3?T, Biireau of Prisons, KA5PER was 
removed from FCI, Tallahassee, at Is 00 P.M., 7/31/58, to prevent 
any local demonstration ai^d transported to th9 U, S, P#nitentiary., 
Atlanta, Georgia, where he was to be released at 8?0O A.M*, 
S/1/58. This information was made available to th# Bureau and 
Atlanta. 



8y ponimunicatioh dated 8/1/58, the Atlantf Office 
advited tij^at RASPER had been released as sch eduled that morning. 



b7D 



from the jl, S. Penitentiary and that through I lit had 

been asce^tainecl that KASPER had made reservations %o return 
to Tallahaspee with GEORGP BBIoro and BILLY BRANHAK, National 
States Bights Party (NSRP) members, via Eastern Aiy Liiies, 

2 ^ 

■1 «. 

3 ^ 

3 ~ JaQjKSOnville (l - 105-60)<1 - 105-66) 

GDM: 

(18) 



Bureau (Bjit) 

Washington Field (Inf o) (RM) 

Richmohd (BM) 

Mobile <B») 

Knoxville (8H) 
Miami (BM) 
Atljinta <BM) 
Savftnnah (RM) 
JaQjKsonvilie (l - 105-60)<1 



/^<-^n '>-sr 




SEARCHED.Q4i.Jf^DEXE0 
SERtALIZED^i^ FILED 






rr*»invi «i - i ji i 






JK 105-45 

leaving Atlanta at 2; 15 PoMoij-EST^aEd aa^riviiag Tallahassee 4^18 
PoMoi, EST, and that a demonstration of some sort was apparently 
planned. .It was also ascertained that KASPER would be met at 
Tallahassee Airport by Admiral Jo G. SROMMELIN of Alabama o 

■Following receipt of the above information, BILL BURDEN, 
Administrative Assistant to the Governor of Florida? Captain 
A* Do COSSON, Florida Highway Patrol Headquarters 5 Sheriff Wo Po 
JOYCE, Leon Couaty Sheriff's Office? Warden GOODWIN, FCI; and 
Chief FRAIfK STOUTAMIBE, Tallahassee Police Department, were 
advised that KASPER planned to ret^irn t@ Tallahassee and that -^^ 
a rally or demonstration was possible * hic 

^At approxisaately 4^20 PqMq^ S/I/SSk WASPEB, accompanied 

by two other men, was observed by SA | |to arrive 

at Tallahassee Miinieipai Airport as scheduled. He was met near 
the plane by AdBviral CEOMMELIJSF, FEED HOCKETT, Executive Secretary, 
Florida White Citizens Council, Miami, and approximately twenty 
other apparent supporters* Extensive press, radio, and tele« 
vision coverage was afforded KASPER 's arrival and after several 
short press inter*^iews KASPER and followers departed the airport 
in a 1957 Buick Sed^%n (believed to be Admiral CROMMELIN's) and 
went directly to the Leon County Courthouse in Tallahassee where 
KASPER attempted to get permission from city authorities to 
.speak at a small amphitheater behind the courthouse « At this 
point HILL HEM>E:cX," former Grand Dragon, Southern Knights of the 
Ku Klu3£ Klan^ now believed Grand Dragon of the Order of the 
White Camellia, and residing at Oldsmar, Florida, was observed 
to- join KASPER »s followers* 

KASPEE was refused premission to speak back of the 
courthouse and, after approximately 45 minutes of arguing with 
city officials over his right to speak, KASPER and his small 
group of supporters numbering about ten th^n assembled at fr&at 
of the east steps of the State Capitol Building where KASPER 
spoke briefly to his followers and a sizeable gathering of 
newsmen, photographers, and law enforcement officers about a 
third party in the United States to promote segregation* He 
then berated integration practices at FCI* 

It should be noted that KASPER ''s movements during the 
entire time he was in Tallahassee, following his arrival on 
release from the U, S* Penitentiary, Atlanta, were under con« 
centrated surveillance by representatives of all local law 
enforcement agencies which included two plain-clothes troopers 
of the Florida Highway Patrols 



JK 105-45 



After his brief t^lk ^t the Capitol steps,' K&SPER, 
Admiral CROMMELIN, and wife and daughter ^^ left the area in 
CROpELIIT^s 1957 black and white Buick sedan bearing 1958 

Tennessee license tag 3GD725, arid inmediately drove nprth out 
of Tallahassee on U» S» 27 towards the Georgia line* The car 
was closely surveilled by two Florida Highway Patrol cruisers 
which dropped them tesi' -miles inside. Georgia » Th@ above infor=> 
mation was immediately furnished the^Bureau^ Atlanta, and Mobile « 

On 8/1/58, following KASPER^s departure from Florida ^ 
Captain A^. D* COSSONp Florida Highway Patrol, advised KASPER had 

been overheard to remark he was then going to Admiral CROMMELIN* s 
home hear Montgomery for a rest before resuming his Job as 
Executive Secretary of the Seaboard White Citizens Council, 
Washington, D^ C* 

On 8/1/58 J, Captain A<^. D^ COSSON advised that during 
the night of 7/31/58, as a sectirity measure o the Florida Hi gh' 
way Patrol conducteirf ^, f^r\at Rnrvpiin^nnR of I I, 



property located [ 



be 

:b7C 



which property has in the past been utilised as a Florida Ku 
Klurs Klan meeting place, inasmuch as it was felt the Klan or 
possibly' some other extremist group might have planned a large 
demonstration in connection with KASPER 's release from FCI, 
Tallahassee o This information has been appropriately reported 
in the report of SA BKHlEff M. HIRSH, Jacksonville, 8/28/58, 
in the case entitled, *^Florida Ea KIuk Klan, aka, IS«KLAN," 
BuFile 105-38069 and JflFile 105«15o 

During the co^arse of discreet coverage of the 
activity surrounding KASPEE^s return to Tallahassee, the follow- 
ing vehicles were observed in the vicinity of the Tallahassee 
Airport and around the dherbkee Hotel in Tallahassee, where 
Admiral GROMMELIN and F^D HOCKETT headquartered awaiting the 
arrival of KASPER, the owners of which vehicles may have had 
some connection with KASPER ^s appearance » With the exception 
of two vehicles, it was, of course j, impossible to determine 
whether, these persons were followers of KASPER or; merely curious 
spectators? 

1958 Ford Stationwagon bearing 1958 Florida tag 
4*17645, registered to WILLIAM HEHDRIX, Bok 47, Oldsmar, Florida 

1957 Pivmnnth Sftdan bfiarinp- 1958 Florida tag 65-70 
registered to| |Florida<, 



i^ i V 



JK 105^45 



195 6 Pontile Sedsin begsxl3:ag 1958 Florida tag S7W«158 
registered to 



1955 Ford 4^dooT Sedan beariag 1958 Florida tag 
28»37 registered to 
Dade^ City, Florida* 



Model and make tiBknowaj. baariiag 1958 Yirginia . license 
tag 35-608. 

1955 Studebafe^r f?WP^ bf ^i?^^ 1^^$ IlQrM^ t^K 
3£72754 registered to | 
I \ TmapB., Flo^idi; 



18-^«924, 



Late model Ford baarimg 1958 Georgia license t^g 



be 

hlC 



1949 Pl^nntn^iith 4c^dAfr^ir> bA^.y-f np> IQFiR VlaTi'd^ tat.gy llc= 

5265 registered to| L 



Tallahassee, Florid^,. fGit^L-di^ectories list ! 

Tallaha^ssee , FIorTHaTT 



make lanknowJSj bearing 1958 South Carolina 
license tag 0-4322410 

1954 Chevrolet Stationw agon bearing 1958 Florida 
licease.-t^g lc:>517a4 i^@g i^t@r@d to | | 



Florida 



1957 Buiisfe. -Sedan bearing 1958 Tennessee tag 3GD725 
(vehicle in which MSPEE and CEOMMSMN family departed Talla- 
hassee) * 

1954 miQk 3-d09r-bgpri]Q.g 1958 Florida -tag 13W-2150 



registered to 
Florida. fCilSV Ctiy^dtb^x^g Ix^t V 

T 



aiianassee , Jb'xor xaa « ) . 



1 Tallahassee, 

I 



It shoBild^ be noted that there iwas no indication 
KASPER^s return to Tallahassee'^ Florida^, had any significance 
other than fact that he had originally planned to be released 
here from FCI, 8/1/58, and may have made committments to 
supporters . that they meet him in Tallahassee for *^welcome back 
KASPER rally." 



I' 



be 

:b7C 



JK 105c^:45 



reK^djugl 



The indices of the Jacksonville Division are neg&tl2£ 



and 



^*^^* 



Off ices, receiving copies of this coinmunicat ion are 
reiquested.to. attempt to further identify owners of vehicles 
.pertinetit to -respective areas " and ' search office indices :regard« 
ing^^ these persons «, 



' -'l^' ' i- 



>* X' 



•r:^^ ,. 



• 



SAC, wo <lidd*^3^220 



}0»]3»58 



m mm^ imimB 






MffiTOTt aim Rgcfiltffig To wm ftelsfaaa i^isaiiiiBi 



10-7-^ 






^FlJ»^ BtmB& mM last »l^ tliat !i0 
received a letter vitb a xheck in it for 
MSmt ^em P]i»ri4a, stating Hmt ite !uid 
been |^oe f^^oot Fl^^lda f<»r ^v^al days* and 
skmM lie iia D» €• mm*^ 



blV 



2 -HPi 



f-'^iLWlI 
«» Mlani iXnfo) Cm) 



t^snrilie im^K Wl 



ttlm 



hlD 



I ^^ 



SEARCHE 
SERtAUZED. 



eI 



' 1 r- 



.INDEXED 
JtLED. 




OCTl 51958 



t 



Bsc^ mo (x^'-msmy 



10*22*^ 



s/ *• 



kiiiM& 'im iicim 







tm 



jso^ianAu^ jM a tepMPt voeeived irom 






tioii la tlie ipast* 

Xaifovjisitit 






l4x»itiaa 



^rotictj 



lu^'M-m 



iirritten) 



iy«i2*sa 



On Saturday « Ootdiiiev i3>» l&SS * ^t jtocgaaiaydbelg 

4;Ga KM,» mam simiam pie&ed apT 

aad tood t&OH to t!i« 8 " "'* 

twelvf& 9&ml 6 tlwgea CA«g 








were e^&prmJjmiself 







SOK 



^ 



Kiasi^m «pQiGe ^m* iWBii^ t< 



L 



oBljr tb& isiglit ijeScnr® tdvoi^ii | 

igjtft l l atad tfaat i J &atf as^n^a to try 

to pit WB^^ad cm ji payiti0 iiioizs* 



Do 

b7C 

b7D 



t>IWB he iiaa s&et 

1 OS iMaiag ttm 



V^eii gii.ve 4 rQeiB»» oS hia totm&g 



activxt4«e* il& Atiiteti t&at Sie vaa t&e s»;d[»X4i{6er 
ot ttie Sotttliera Pigegt t loviaer liead {ȣ ISie Sou^era 
CSestieiiea w^xaz&ksieai ma XhsA to ibail ibeoa railrosuletS 
to sHrison under a Ikmisiuiti state Saw, since vt^jSi&d, 
fori>id<U2ig jposficissioa of i»i bypodemio aeodlo. Ee saia 
fs« «ijis in poHB^eioB i^ tMs o^oi^oeat os a doctor's ^ 

order iutt not the order ot a Loolsiatm <ioctor d& /^5- /?5 
rotioired umier tlie f»tiit»te. Mter spoodiJi^ sopo ti»© 



ixt ^^Uioa iie wde.rolodsed'^ils year a£tar tlto lsi»H9if^i^ 



''7 



^roiSdd* 



JVDEXED 






^•^& 



lilESi 



:b7D 




i*^jU3M{»id CSaf o. > (s^> 



i-t-i -•,<.-/,Xv 



tl.TJ«I0g 




• 



WtQXm^<m9SB 



w»m t3sm' $a0tm»»mk.«iX «» «ffliiiMi« yanmi* Ito staled - . 
ii» imm ipgwitt tly « i #l«y t < tiiitli tfta Jttew caeMjiii^ticii 
CoHpftBy twtfNBtti 9tii and l@tii stvwrtw «ni 1^ (Itawitt 9«t« 

Mki tli^ ««ti» gl«A t9 gif« lilK « 44^ «ift&a» Bb aeoMi to b«v» 
Quit* a tiit «f -ftfUiKw wi JIS« Jflb *U> umi sviatitts «$Bip* 



»Um mtm ^immm m to lAat titio 

iritaMilfl ttoo in t iMt OTflfialiialtiiwi mmS * imtliiir WBHi 

I K o dtflottM vonotftvattJKg Hio «ipMia*t&«i« 

aijuMi iMWMo SlWii iflliMniillilllil lift IMltllfl ♦->"> MflniiAKBlilA OC ' 

tto ovsaaiMtlOK of | |asv yoottlwi* 



l loft woply to Kii^t Idto tfnitiitfitor In 

tllPiriiiiffMri tttiMPflU ffimimi ^vitlMi a I!4v tmmiB wt 








XOUOOM 

plMMi&as to aovivo io tovm in f^BS" 

larytniMiwHito to tgaiwto Mo 

1 <***^** ^***'^> fci*<iiBt | 
otr4fia« otattog tiwt olio Juii loit tmmf of lili bdoto* ; 

to 80t toM «e «MBl ogaio* 






to ^10 emitm Cil^r waw^tiwaa* am CamtmtukUaiiki *«im«m> 
UlilO XMnMtt **|^ OMO IMMMT ftOO l r 

XAadlAd^s** SMQPffi Joiaod tto OTfflfiiF^ffffffiiiigiiiwiiiiflrHv 

owplilp IHIvMPW^f^HP <%Pkw^Wo4lf 

«»JSo» 



bb 

b7C 

b7D 



* • t 



wo X9i*»33S26 



I ] a^ntioacd bis plomi: imc a Kiu SHum. MJL&u 

groap in til® ^aA^ls^toa &xe& a&d th@ iuxtt'ttrnt although 

h« mm mtl'^&mQltc ma mt%-Sm hm thmght it ^mt ' 

SM tliat MM tai»r@ <@»@4i«isl appeal. 



'SMPBM r90«ive4 a mftm trim it. J8i.t aiu& Id u, h«fma b6 



suit sittiag at' ^m a^oinisg table «iskl£^ to ^prntk 
wltb li;^} 9t»ti»g 1^ hw& Jti»t iNKturitsd furosi «%tta.tO)ri^ 
l^trUi&* SiUIFSS ioisii^ into 2dr - j» few smsoiit^ @M u^a 
htm w&tuvn'»tmtmd titat tl^'isfttt' iitst wanted t® ti&Xk. 



.b7C 
b7D 



'm&to m»m «>mter@d ti# ir««tM^aEt ama aa-t a.ei'CMBa tip 
stAsilo, . KMPa tiK»& th® ®a«wr& «feicli I k a® 

eayrri'iag aa^ tresis tiisir 9iet«tr<^'tog^t£i«S'» et^^ting - 
Quii@ a stir. 



A«t«r diaaer mm^m .aati^ ^l«ft ia UBWm'B ■ 

Gmf witfe OSfm etatiag tfet Wwai~I@4¥iag t&itt sight 

as^tiiig iuiwSasf SiM t© awHStl li:^ SiBOavi^isa. 

l©«t inl TaMteawifoii®. 



©oM iiils piriatiog psfmm tor $100. 



I ludrf..^^ 4^ I 



«ci«- 






• 



URGENT 10-27-58 6-37 PM EST EJH 

TO DIRECTOR, FBI 
FROM SAC KNOXVILLE IP 

WHITE CITIZENS COUNCILS OF D, C. IS DASH X. CAPTAIN 

CHATTANOOGA PD, ADVISED JOHN KASPER 



SCHEDULED TO SPEAK AT POLITICAL RALLY, WARNER PARK, 
CHATTANOOGA, TENN.,' NIGHT OF OCT. TWENTY EIGHT NEXT. 
REPORTED WILL SPEAK AT CAMPAIGN MANAGER ON BEHALF OF 
LEE FOSTER, INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR OF 
TENN, TOM GOUGE, INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE U. S. SENATE 
FROM TENN., WILL ALSO SPEAK, CAPTAInI IaND 



CHATTANOOGA PD DETECTIVES WILL ATTEND AND ARRANGE 
COVERAGE. THEY ALSO PLAN SURVEILLANCE JOHN KASPER 
WHILE IN CHATTANOOGA. BUREAU WILL BE KEPT ADVISED. 
REND AND ACK. 
6-40PM OK FBI WA CRA 
m DSC 



•DO 

b7C 



loj^^y.^^ 






FD-36 {Rev. 12-13-56) 



• 



# 



F B I 

Date: 



10/27/58 



Transmit the following in > 
Via TELEiyPE 



(Type in plain text or code) 

URGENT 



(Priority or Method of Mailing) 



TO: DIBECTOR FBI 

FROM: SAC KNOKVILLE (105-175) IP 
TOITE CITIZENS COUNCILS OF D*C. IS DASH X. CAPTAIN 

CHATTANOOGA PD, ABVISED JOHN KASPER 



SCHEDULED TO SPEAK AT POLITICAL RALLY, WARNER PARK, 
CHATTANOOGA, TENH., NIGHT OF OCT; TWENTY EIGHT NEXTi 
REPORTED WILL SPEAK AS CAHPAK^ MANAGER ON BEHALF OF 
LEE FOSTER, INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR OF 
TENN.J TCai GOUGE, INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE U. S. SENATE 
FROM TENN., WILL ALSO SPEAK. CAPTAIlf AND 



CHATTANOOGA PD DETECTIVES WILL ATTEND AND ARRANGE 

COVERAGE. THET ALSO PLAN SURVEILLANCE JOHN KASPER 

WHILE IN CHATTANOOGA. BUREAU WILL BE KEPT ADVISED. 

END 

GCW:b1c 

(1) 



■bo 
hlC 



Approved: 



Special Ag 



Agemin 



Sent 



Charge 



s. 




M Per 




jor-ys^'-H^ 



Routing Slip 

To 



Fn-4 (Rev, 12-4^57) 




J Director 



A.tt 



Supv. 



Date WS-M-At.... 

FILE # 

Title >^SflJ^Jt»:*S^...?:^^?y^ 



J Agent 

H SE 

H CC 

J Steno 
H Clerk 



ACTION DESIRED 



] Prepare leod cards 



Acknowledge 

Assign Reassign I t jPrepare tickler 



1 Bring ft! 
ICall 



me 



J Correct 
JDeadline 

Deadline passed 
IDeiinquent 
I Discontinue 

Expedite 

File 



I 1 Recharge serials 

I [ Return assignment cord 

J Return file 



Return serials 
f ISearch and return 



JSee me 
JSend Serials 



to 



llnitial & return 
JLeads need attention 
Open Case 



I [ Submit new charge-out 

t I Submit report by 



1_ iType 



Return with explanation or notation as to action taken. 



See reverse side 



SAC 

Office .l/:<?.e.i5. 






f 



BEST AVAILABLE COPIES 



£AC. w(> am-z:^22G) 



m/i^m 



S,\ OliEE LEE TC®D 



is-x 

Following, in part, is a r&port from 
LEE. 1(0)0*5 observations arc in pareatuesjs. 

C\^a*ittea> 

^October 20, 195B 



Sk ElilER 



Tnrnrainnt 



I fti^'a-f'ji^'nt 



I jjaid tlii't for s!icii a sciail «c2tim_ 

ve^iy.gr<^^V> ^ ht imS ^fea sccoor^Hf ed. i^c said ^ that r___ 



iztl 



i'liraish s^50,<>a a amitth for keepia::. ti.c oxrice ^.oiiii^ . mkL^Lii?^ 



><?i^^ irPi; thnt. he ssiir-Lt liv e mprc. la tiiejiext breath, J 



aidl 



.Nv(>kc 'It! iind said that M was tiirp'i;*u 



«itlt &r>1,hf^:^r>} ne4 iitt or y^lzatioi i. smi tlmt i«i ^]pn»t wuut uib 
a£.\s j.:isca m %itli it J Uuid however. tliaT ?'« cc^'d^i 

be co'iatcit oh to v.o utipehia: for tkc ca'tse lAcrc. he MniL±k^e 
to liiik liis nam* witii Seafsoara. .1 . . ,, l^^^^'^'S!' >. .. m<. ' i 
inaicatcil thtxt ha u-as tUsia«jasecI v.itli tlic trectoat that ww^i> 

_ ^ ^ - .. .• tr . 'i I '',.-*^. =.'.»!» fct***- -■'5 ? Vi'^ !>**a\ ■•^Ti-'t' "^^ T * -Dili's* 




or a 



:3rsctical purposes. 



lU tl.at lic wta fcavins lancii witl..[ 




1*-At lautQ umof ua-^ 
'l-iCnos\'inc a«i;o> CIJl) 
l-KicLtoaa (inio) (m)^ ^ 
i-l'tdlauelfuia ilt&'o} iu^) 

(7) 



:b7D 



/ 



:b7D 



be 

b7C 
b7D 



^ 



I) 






i^<f 



y^-A^Ji-r^ '//^ 



i 



■« 



Wu i0(*-3o226 




view mu conauctca at fels office, he said* 



J objectea Biost tsj tU waf tUe interf- 




luent oa to^ sa^ tliat 

Pe, aaa Tftai; ae ^'S'S i,tey. 



bo 

b7C 

:b7D 



iM« iiir again l>ec«use 

J fcXprcAseu suri-rise that 1-Ui*l«r! aiia ' 




to £et ittvoivei- witli. 






late for lilE,*' 



( 



r 



i 



}-' ■ : Y r ■ ■ •*■ 




htesis 



Qsper 

A.special dommltte^ of the In- 
terd^noniiriatibnal. Ministerial 
Alliance sent a telegram to. Com-' 
iNisslonerMcInturff I^loiidayprb- " 
testm^.the scheduled/appearance 
pf John Kasper, .:?fefireffationist 
and" agitator, as^ a speaker at a 
political; rally tonight: at War- 
ner Pai-k. ' ^ - ' , 

Kasper is pampaiffn'mana^er^ 
toT h^Q^ F6stei^, Independent* 
candidate for governor. The two! 

^^iP*?^^°^^^* independent 
candidate for the TJ.S.'Sendte; 
are- expected^o .tallc 'al a rall^' P 
in their hoh6r, ^ , ' ^ li 

The minislSiarcMmittee. pro- 
test^ that Kasper Iia s/not won 

gee Page mv^, Column Four 



GROUP PKOTESm 

, Frpm Page i!hree 

a- repytatioit as orie who is an ad 
ivpcate-oflkw and. order. .. 
; ■ The telegram Statedi: ' * 
, *'We hot0 with> interest that 
] 'arnqn^ t)ie- campaigners to appear 
; m, Warner Park. this, .week wil>.b.e 
r -Mr. John Kasper^ appearing in "the 
; iiiterfest of .iiir* Lee '?oiteri ap iix-. 
dep&ftdent canaaaU'tor ,^dv6iiipr;' 
and Mr. Toni Gouge, an independ- 
ent candldate^^for thetJ.S. Senate.: 
"While we*^ Are in fuU; accord 
with, jpi^ ii^incipl?' ok the: free- 
dom of speeclii.we think those 
who adhere to this principle 
should' at the> same^ tithe be 
eqitalljr as st^pnf advocates of 
law and order; 

**ln. our opinion^' Mr. John 
Kasper "has not, In- his past perr 
formince, won the- reputation 
of ope who- is an advocate- of 
law and o^der. Therefore, We 
do not endbrsg His rlgHt to 
speak in our public park."- . 

The- telegram" was- signed by 
M. J^ Jones/ C: B. Holloway-, 
H. A. i^leir aiid J. C. Bonner;, 
president of the alliance. 

Asked, for comment on the 
telegram, Qomifiissioher^ jvtcln- 
turff aUited:/ 

"dnS day lastf week, 'someone 
called at the^ Warner Parle of- 
fice-arid; asked: Paiil Woods 
(par5c s^perlntehderit) if thej^* 
could; liold' a^political i*ally ipr 
Leo Foster. iPavinrSfil^d m6 if itr 
would be all right and I said 
to go. ahead. 

"They didri^t mention a thing 
about Kasper. Many political 
rallies ate held at Wkrneir Pai?k 



iSfflffSl 



tent 

fai 
asri 



'each time - w^ liave- an, election 
and' It w^s oii- ihdt basis, that X 
gave permissidn, As^I^saldj no 
one, indicated at tiie- time that 
Kasper' would' be one of the 
speaker^/* «-'"t"'"-" ' ^ 

■ At Khoxvill^ ISM^tii told- the 
Associated Pres3' He' had no in- 
tention of calling off IJie- speech. 
He- added that 'other talkS' would 
be deUveroid at Atbehs and 
Cleveland earlier in the day. 



".^/^y'»">'« *'"*^-»-^*''*^'' ^^ 



■^ 






^ 



WV».r» 



/ 



It^.-v ?- i"^^ 



-*;^-« 



dj2.Z 



SEARCHED :IWdeXED 

SERIALIZED FILED 

OCT 2 9 1958 

FBt — KNOXVILU 




Vifl 



URGENT 10-29-5S 4-11 PM EST EJH 

TO DIRECTOR, FBI AND SAC MEMPHIS 

FROM SAC KNOXVILLE 2P 

VJHITE CITIZENS COUNCILS OF D. C, IS DASH X. RE KNOXVILLE 

TEL OCT. TWENTYEIGHT LAST. LEE FOSTER, KNOXVILLE, TENN., 

INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR TENN. GOVERNOR, AND JOHN KASPEft, 

CAMPAIGN MANAGER, DENIED SPEAKING PRIVILEGES ATHENS, TENN. 

AFTERNOON OCT. TWENTYEIGHT, WERE ESCORTED FROM ATHENS BY PD 

AND FROM MC MINN COUNTY BY SO. ARRIVED CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 

APPROXIMATELY SIX PM, OCT. TVJENTYEIGHT. FOSTER AND KASPER 

SPOKE WARNER PARK, CHATTANOOGA, NIGHT OF OCT, TWENTYEIGHT, 

NO VIOLENCE OR DISTURBANCE REPORTED. SPOKE IN OPPOSITION 

OF INTEGRATION., CRITICAL OF POLITICAL LEADER? ALLEGEDLY 

FAVORING INTEGRATION AND CRITICAL OF JEWISH RACE. MEETING 

COVERED BY CHATTANOOGA PD. KASPER, FOSTER AND TWO UNKNOWN 

WHITE MALES DEPARTED CHATTANOOGA NOON OCT. TWENTYNINE IN TWO CARS, 

TWO MEN EACH. CARS DESCRIBED AS NO, ONE"- FIFTYSIX BUICK 

SEDAN, BLACK BODY AND WHITE TOP, FIFTYEIGHT TENN, LICENSE 

THRE-E G DASH D SEVEN TWO FIVE, REGISTERED TO FOSTER, 

END PAGE ONE 



^.f. 




I^r- 17^-7/ 



<«-.. 



PAGE TWO 

HAS SMALL PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM SPEAKERS 'MOUNTED ON TOP AND 
SIGN REPRESENTING FOSTER FOR GOVERNOR ON TOP. NO, TWO 
DESCRIBED FIFTY GRAY CHRYSLER SEDAN, FIFTYEIGHT TENN. LICENSE 
THREE W DASH D ZERO SIX NINE, REGISTERED TO KASPER. LARGE 
PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM SPEAKERS MOUNTED ON TOP,. LAST REPORTED 
TRAVELING WEST ON US HIGHWAY FORTYONE A, LEAVING MONTEAGLE, 
TENN. THROUGH NASHVILLE, TENN,, VIA WINCHESTER AT TWO 
FORTYFIVE PM EST INSTANT DATE, 
E MEMPHIS TO BE ADVISED, 
END AND ACK PLS 
R0M4-17 PM OK FBI WA DM 
TU DISC- 



FD-36 (Rev. 12-13-56) 



FBI 



Date: 



Transmit the following in 

TELETYPE 

Via 



(Type in plain text or code) 



(Priority or Method of Mailing) 



URGENT 10/29/58 3:15 PM 

TO DIRECTOR FBI AND SAC MEMPHIS 

FROM SAC KNOXVILLE 

WHITE CITIZENS COUNCILS OF D.C., IS DASH X. RE KNOXVILLE 

TEL OCT. TWENTYEIGHT LAST. LEE FOSTER, KNOXVILLE, TENN., 

INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR TENN. GOVERNOR, AND JOHN KASPER, 

CAMPAIGN MANAGER, DENIED SPEAKING PRIVILEGBBS ATHENS, TENN. 

AFTERNOON OCT. TWENTYEIGHT, WERE ESCOHIEDDFROM ATHENS BY PD 

AND FROM MC MINN COUNTY BY SO. ARRIVED CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 

APPROXIMATELY SIX PM, OCT. TWENTYEIGHT. FOSTER AND KASPER 

SPOKE WARNER PARK, CHATTANOOGA, NKHT OF OCT. TWENTYEIGHT. 

NO VIOLENCE OR DISTURBANCE REPORTED. SPOKE IN OPPOSITION 

OF INTEGRATION, CRITICAL OF POLITICAL LEADERS ALLEGEDLY 

FAVORING INTEGRATION AND CRITICAL OF JEWISH RACE. MEETING 

COVERED BY CHATTANOOGA PD. KASPER, FOSTER AND TWO UNKNOWN 

WHITE MALES DEPARTED CHATTANOOGA SOON OCT. TWENTYNINE IN TWO CARS, 

TWO MEN EACH. CARS DESCRIBED AS NO, ONE - FIFTYSIX BUICK 

SEDAN, BLACK BODY AND WHITE TOP, FIFTYEIGHT TENN. LICENSE 

THREE G DASH D SEVEN TWO FIVE, REGISTERED TO FOSTER, 

105^5 

GCW/bgc 

(1) 



Approved: 







Per J^^^ 



Special Agenrin Charge 



\o^^l7j 



FD-36 (Rev^ 12-13-56) 



F B I 



Date: 



Transmit the following in 
Via 



(Type in plain text or code) 



(Priority or Method of Mailing) 



L 



PAC£E TWO 

HAS SMALL PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM SPEAKERS MOUNTED ON TOP AND 
SIGN REPRESENTING FOSTER FOR GOVERNOR ON TOP. N0» TWO 
DESCRIBED FIFTY GRAY CHRYSLER SEDAN, FIFTYEIGHT TENN. LICENSE 
THREE W DASH D ZERO SIX NINE, REGISTERED TO KASPER. LARGE 
PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM SPEAKERS MOUNTED ON TOP. LAST REPORTED 
TRAVELING WEST ON US HIGHWAY FORTYONE A, LEAVING MONTEAGLE, 
TENN. THROUGH NASHVILLE, TENN., VIA WINCHESTER AT TWO 
FORTYFIVE PM EST INSTANT DATE. 

END 



Approved: 



Special Agent in Charge 



Sent 



M Per 




;^ BEST AVAILABLE COPIES , .' ^. 



Sk 



C, ''m U(30-33226> 



io/27/se 



u,mmw..mju 



ass-x. 



«^ 






:b7D 



iBfjawpMi^ 



t|)lP«4<Mt>) 






^ '4m fm4^ •■■■'■■■ .^H^ 






"iqA2/53 



«t ,7:45 i*»%* for «tljm«r (^^^^ Iteeamso h» taucea lat*^ 

acv«J@aiCtEK}'iit th« StatMMfid e&tieds)* .;IUSi*]^ il|N^«'i»' ft'mthtr^.. 
'|p(u»i4' wogr i^ mmA pi Uw 4pig«|i«|^ l«c& iii^^ owtt^ion Itla i»l^» fixe 

«)iai^ tlMiinau ««» KAaE>;iE); F^^rtsr* He stated tint iMi deeidM thie 

ia»:im(i^ wom^ imA Iwrn --i^iwt stuli^ltfiRg U« «)i9BH» MSB* i% mmiA- ', 
a 0ll«ns« 'tlki« aei^ «»»&dl ^j[b» to ^«fe«4^ ' £4SapiiSB SHstt^ed that £«lGt; ' ': 

j&iMm to 2»pQtto|« WSi lEnsl iiAi«ri &0*8^ s«giwit«d ehspglaj^ th» )na»« 
hft MBdiljr a^pBi9teed» ?<Mi^ tltl:« r»««eKB^ KfcSf^ mist&sMi HV^m 
y«tl«itaae« to tl^ «]aiti^ fytm isa^aa» .«S.s«>«' -, 

ladwm no ttm- hid esn i»ji!tMQld2,« f or Ids or oiX«fO(t MA »Mt«r> not . 
aptRMMKtglity fai^ li» x«fi«B^o& tb« £»st tliair 'tiMqr jgeit « 2^ o^ tftm : 

'. "SJUH'ift tNia iM^^a^ggt- o^tiieaL of '^le' fast t^t .fp^QSC lait sfpt '^' 
eut Tfic^r 14ttl« lUKbiViaX. in eon|aHrl«n> .to «^t' lui^ hid «ip«fted» '- ' 



2 -Ifffi; 



bo 
:b7C 



tm) 



1 •*> MiK^lsia.m (Xfifo^ 

3L • m«^i»na w (Info) (SK) 



■hlD 






SEARCHED. 



.IMOEXED 



SERIALI?ED^flLi-L^FJtED, 

FBl*-KNOXVILU, 






be 

:b7C 




J 



i 



« 



^'l 4i^t^ 






txfwm 



K 



m tMm i«tt«r i« mm%9»^- tor «sc&. &$ iim oiiims remivtm 

'ilistriimti^' m^i»m &t ilM> latter to i^imim timm$^»m% tM 



:b7D 



I*- 
ill} 



■m^^m^mii immUmti cs«£#> tail ,.>,.^ , 



:b7D 



(I* 






y:..^n--yf 



SEARCHED.-,A™-fl^DEX£D y3 



SERtALIZED. 






NCV-0i958 

Fbl — Kl>iUAVtLuC 




A 



/^^ 





City Apparently 
Wpit'f Try to Block 
Rally on Tuesday 

J^ews^Srec Pms PpUticat Wriler | 
City of Chattdiiooga. officials' 
apparently will, not &y to biock^ 
a reported Warner Park rally* 
at -which segregationist aohn-ji 
Kasper will ^peak next Tuesday, f 

hi^ffi^^^''^'^^''^ ^^° iderttified!^' 
mmself as a candidate for gov- 
ernor, ssued a statement ye^ 
terday m which he said: " , 
"My canipaign manager, John 

lf^'% ^^^-«*^. candidate, 
tor \JB. Senate, and myseir wiU 
speak next O^uesday ni^ht 7 

tanooga to expose the Clem- 
ent, JN^AACP, CphimUriist-Jew^h 
conspiracy." He referjred to Goy 
Frank Clement arid democratic 
gubex-natorial nominee Euford^ 
fypTs^"°" '^' *'^^ P^oadiical; 
Neither poster nor Gouffe is 
hfft .°^ Hamilton >do7nty's: 
ballot for the Nov. 4= general: 
election. 

Aske(lfor,commeht in regard 
i^?' ^^ ^^^- °^ .Warner Park, 
&f^^' ^' Olgiati.told The' 
News-Free Press: ,, - ' 

'I don\t Jinqw, Jiow you can 
keep anybody from coniing info 
Warnjr Park and talking It is 
a pubhd park an^ the Consti- 
tutfon. of. the trnifced Stafes 
guarantees numerous freedoms' 
mcluding that of freedom of 
speech and, assemblagg.'*^ 

The mayor paidi **r. imagine 
we (the commission) will dis- 
cuss it." 

eahdiddte Poster, a, medium, 
buili hght.haired man, issued 
the tQlIo^vmg' statement: 

"I am a candidate for gov- 
ernor ill opposition to.. the. sell' 
out of ^native; white TenneS' 
seans to the ^AA'GP,. federal- 
enforced race mixing, de^tiW 
tlo q ., ftl: ,i tbrt.t >ubUo S6l¥j*t«^^ni 

j (Conttmied on.Pag€i'g,, Column iy 



'B?fh2'rf''°'y P°"«cal- types aa 
-son i^rf^I , ^^^ ■'^ Lyndon John- 

mS^'^' VlotoA'r V"^^^ 

tRfe'ltuf Ifiu'T'^l^ ""^*'^'- '" 
sfatew^rvote *" Tt''"!'.^ 

NECKME PARTIES 

''if a vote of this tvn6 is cvum^ 
Communists and'Jewf in toft?!' 

vtoStin. the Tennes^elto^tltaf 

mMnlstJewlsh conspiracy;" ^-'"" 

di|tu bances around i^fJ^l^X ^^o^'l^''^^ °" *'0"<3 since^then. f 

3chods When miS^^JIaSfSf ^,^^^^1^^*^^^' recently impeachl^ 

st^rl^ Jn 1957. ^ ^'^^^^^ ^^etejand removed from office-, ran for 

-^S!a£.."5i5he.d serving- aj^P^J-K-^^fu/l^^^* ^''^ a seffresa- 



f 



-J 



ii> ^liiii y m i\t% M t n \ t mmtii)mmmk^*fu»m^tmftimim»0mommm^^ 




Segregationist Joha Kasjier; 
stated from Kiioxville £oday 
"tliat h^ had no intenaon o£ 
calling off , his talk af Warned' 
Park tonight whick^ has drawn 
protest from the Ihterdenomina-. 
tionaL - Ministerial Alliance, a- 
Negro group, 

Kasper is campaign; manager 
for Lee Foster, independent 
candidate tof governor^, who 
last ^y^ek anhouijiced^ the rally 
which, k to be held for Gandi- 
date Foster and Tom. Gouge;, 
independent candidate foF the 
U.S. Senate, 

The telegranl sent 'by the 
ministenal committee protested 

'T^hr"!' "^ ^^^' opinions te. 
John Kasper has hot, in his 

•past performance, won the rep^ 
utation of one ^o is ah advl 
cate- of Ia\j .and. order; Tftere^ 
niw; T' '^° ^^^ ^^ors"^ his, 
pMcV' ■ ^^^^ ''^ ^"""^ ^''^^^^l 

fitS5^"^?f ^'°"^^ George Mcln- 
tvtff said someone called- kk 
week and. asked Bark Supt. 
Pauil^oo^S if they cpiild hold 
Foft^e ^ally for Candidate 

"Pjul asked me if it would 
.be. all rjght and r s^id to: go 
ahy ;a.d,"; eommissioner McRi^ 
turff said. ''They didn^t meh- 
tioir a. thing about ICasper; 
Many' political rallies^ are held 
at iVarher Park each Uii i ig^n i f e 

T£SJ2-t^^^*^^°^ and.ifewason 
tfear-Ba^ tha;t I, gave^ parmis- 



" I t" ' t ' ^ J i 'J ' . i ! ■ |. ' ii ' 






idXz/2£2^^ 




( 



1 



mmf 



Mliame Protests 

A special: committee of the In- 
terdenominationar Ministerial 
Alliance sentatelegrain: toCom- 
missionerKcIntujrff Monday, pfo^ 
. -test^^the-sclieduledrappearaiice 
of yolm Kas]5er. segregationist 
f angl a^tator. as a speaker at a ^ 
'Political rally tonight at War- 
ner- Park. ' ' 
jasper is campaign manaffer 

^SLm? 7°'*^^* indep^deS 
candidate for governor. >rhe twa 

candidate for the U.S. Senate 
^re expected to talk at Trtu^ 
iJ?- their honor. <^ i^uy 

iJ^'^^^^^^^^ committee pro^ 
tested that ^a^per h as not f^ 



•utmHfH 



See; Fag6 Five; Column Four 



a reputation as' one who is^ai^.ad- 
vocate oMaw and- order. 
Tjie teJe^am slated: 

ZZ^ *u°*^' '''^^^ ^"^*^^^t that 
ahimisr the campaigners to appear 

^ Warner ParK- thig week will be 
Mr. Joha^lTasper. ap|>earing'ih':the 
HiterestofMt.I,ee.Foster,ariin. 
Uependeht.caaididale for ^Qvernqr. 

6nt^andic|atrfQrth^U.s. Senate 

WJile weave in, full accord 

Witji the pHuQjpje of the free- 

\^^ ""L^^^^^ '^^ *^^^ those 

f^iyally as gtrpngf adyqcates of 



Ij! 



"In our opiniorii 



Mr. 



formaaoe,. won tji^ :ceputatlori 
of one who is an kdvoc?tft-Of 

spfak in oMjv p„ij,io pat>j< » 
alw'^'V^ tslegranv wm sign«d by 
H. A Tyler and 3: C. Bonner 
PT-u'5* "^'"^^ aljiance "' 
AsUed fgt flQmment on thetf 

toff fc?*i?'*'''^°'*^'- ^'*'^(t 

ace and. aakad Piu-j WoodV 
cowja hpliJ a.-poUUwl wily lor 

' ffffl!!:ftej,«d at ^SlS 



oaoh tlrfe we havet an election 
and' It ^tg on- that -jj^jiis that l 
^M p^mission; A rt ' saiar no 
ons ludiated: at the time that! 

hSS^'"'^ ^' '*^^^ ^^ '^^ 

At l&ioxviU^-Kasper tQld the^ 

AssQQijtfe^ Presg he' had no in- 

John fhtiQu of, calling:- off the speech 






Vjeyel^rid earlie r in tlj^i^ 



ii«iiki 



de 
ial, 







I0^')0^1tj 



SEARCHED... 
SERiALIZLO, 



SJ 



INDEXED 
FILED.,™. 



NOV 12 1058 

■- T^ 



.* /='":s 



K^sfier speech Here Oheuentf^lL^ 



By HAJp 

r SegVegationisi Jp;h,n< Kasper, 
rolled info ■ Chattanooga Tues- 
day undeirthe constant watch of 
city; police after; twlcp Ijeiiig run 
out of Aiiieng.^ 

The :29ryearroId Kasper spoke 
to- a chuied c^dwd' Qf Between ,5.0 
to 70 persons at Warner Park. 
' Asst. Police Chief E. E, Wil- 
liams egtiinatedthe' crowd. at 50^ 
persons, while he and ahout 25 
plainclothesmen stood by. 

Kasper-iritroduced Lee Foster; 
a. 32-year-old KnoxVille contrac- 
tor who ia running: for governor 
as an independent. . 

Both men spoke about 30 
minutes each while standing he- 
side a 1955-niodei, two -tone 
Biiicki^ The rally lasted" just a 
little. over one hour.. There was 
no trouble; ' - ^ 

The former- Washington; D.C, 
bookstore operator lashed' out 
at Gov.' Giement, the\ Northern. 



iMmcH: ^ ' ... 

press, Jews; the< Supreme- Court 
and praised former Chattanbois 
gi Judge Raulaton, Schoolf ieM' ■ 
for his "guts'* on-hi^ segrega-* 
tion staM i ^ 

Earlieir in the day, Kaspe^;'|itd- 
Koster were ordered oiit of 'Ath- 
ens after announcing theyi^^' 
tended, to speak oh "the court-* 
house lawn. 

Foster said; in Chattanooga he 
planned, to bring suit in; federal, 
court against the deputy sheriff 
who gaye the orders. He said he 
was denied freedom of speechr ^ 
^ Tuesday night's^ talk was the 
first public appearance in Chat- 
ta;ti6ogaof the 6-foot S-inchrKas-, 
per. He- stopped briefly^ 'hSre- 
some montiis back and was cau- 
tioned then by Chief Wimdma 
about making, any trouble. , • 
' In Athens, kasper and Fosteif 

See Page EJeveni Column Sli; 



^t y 



/- . ^^ ^ 



KMPmsWEmti' 

ISM mErA FP^B.: 

Mt the .bity without incjia^rif 
"after, being- warned by foMe 
GKiel- Ray; *Johnsbn and Dfeput^ 
Sheriff:y^,3.;ReynoId3^that "tHfe' 
peoplj^ here ara riot interested 
m what you iiave to say;'* 
. Wiien told by the deputy *that 
Ke was following orders OfSher-' 
iff Roy Biittiam in ordering him 
out (rff town. Kasper temin'ded 
the officer chat Foster was a 
candidate for governor. 

He^.asked: "Are you going to 
deprive him of the bpporfunlty 
of spealUhg?" Reynolds; * re-; 
plied:, "If you're with him, yes,!* 
adding, "liow y^ii. had bet? 
ter go." 

iTohngon- reiterated that, "we 
'have a peaceful- town -here, an4 
we want to keep* it that, way 
and don't want, anyone, stirring; 
up any trouble." 

The, pair left, but returned, to 
'the courthouse square 20 min- 
utes later. *The second time,?' 
the chief 'said, **Policemeh Ni6k 
Crittenden and Ed Morrow es- 
corted them to; the city Ihnlts,' 
where- they \ver6 met. by Jfc- 
Minri County officers who>:ab- 
companied tliem to, the Bradley 
County line." ' * 

Desk Sgt., Arthell Davis 6t 
the Cleveland poUcedeparlmeAt 
said- Kasper" ^nd" Poster nia^e 
no: stops in- his^ city, Bradley 
County officers- picked up their 
car^ a^the McMinn County line- 
and trailed-it -to the north^m- 
mqst city limits. . , ■ 

There city police tobk up th'^ 
wdtch and followed the auto 
•throuj^h ' Glevelahd ,by way' of 
the Keith' Street-bypass; 
: f^pea^clng in Chattanooga .tin- 
der the lightSKof. Warner Pdrk; 
Kasper told his audierice^ tKat 
he had been described * 'as 
"sometWnfiT in^*..a Tn^nster; a 
Jen-^e James;**' * ^ ■ " 
* He ginned a small hand micro- 
pbdafr-, and several Hntes' acknowl- 
ede:ec| aonlausei -Some of the 
crowd was. standing undet a shel- 
ter that housed, some: , barbecue 
pits. - * ^ 






^t- 



M^'-ns'-jt 






vr-' 



1 J 



INDEXED 
HLfO ...... 



(•L.i — i^<^uAVlLLr•: 



-i^ 



r^' 



Be mehtiorie(r m "^cowardice-- of 
Frank Ciemeht** iir -refus^ to 
reppserit.thespepDle on -the segre* 
gatfpn, issue; Kaspet -said he' 
^desn't condone: violehce In" aHv 
form dnd tHmrtIfeF$* wasn't any 
violence *atr 'Clinton' unfit aem^rit 
sent in **tglnks ahd^ tear gas:** 
Once he r^ferredno^Sen. Estes kd-' 
fauver'as "Cow-fever.** " - 

• IH?,i"'??^?n^*^nt gubernatorial 
candidate. -Foster; said, he would 
legislatQ ;rock *ri' roir music from 
the air wave^* and juke bokes. He 
.criticized -ithe Tennessee Highway 
Patrol as a^unit -that. "runs .^r^ 
jrandjs for lady friend^I'^ 
I A Sim on top of, thevbar along- 
side: which, they were standhig 
rread:\/'For Natiofc.'an^ Race, 
Vote Thomas Gouge- for U.S. S^ii- 
at6?i'» aouge .\vasn!t ther^. 

The two -men said thoy didnJt 
know where they would go from 
Chattanooga. They are tdurihg 
jthe state for thg- ao 'c alloj "Whe^t 
in, Bread'* party. . - 
. When the .rally was all ' ov6r; 
Kasper took off.his ^vide-brim^■hat . 
and passed It. arbirnd for c6ntt?ibm' 
tiorisi \ . ' .' '. . , 



f 



■'■* ' » 



SEARCHED .„ ..:... 


jMDEXED 


SERS.'^liZltl 


.riixo ..., ^ . 


\<CTl 






- i&- 



wm» 



w0mmmmimtm 




Athens Speech Ban 
Hit' by Candiddte 

By iRBY PARK JR. 

candidate; toi governor^, todiy 
fijed 4- ?5O,O0O- damage- suit in 
lecjeral'.courij hei-e.. against of- 
ficerg who T^nhim and his cam. 
palgn .manager out of '" Atl|6na> 
T^^'lJ^^- 'WwestJay,. . charging 
th? officers with having' threat- 
ened ?iim and violating !ji3 don-, 
stltiittonal right lo freedom, of, 
speech.* 

Plaintiff* Poster brought the 
suit . against McMjrin County 
Sheriff Ray Buttranii iJeputy 
mm W, R.>eyn c)ldg, Aft&^ 
Police CmBrtmjr Johnson and 
th9 Maryland Casualty C6., da' 
surety, upon the offibial^bohd of 
Sheriff Buttram;, , 

;I?i3 campalltt maridter,. John 
Ka^pep, wJip wag- to. go on thai 
\ in Nasliyille on- charges' of In. 
. 9l^ng: to. riot during sqhoot in-i 
tegr^tlon- <iemon5tfatioii^ the^Q. 
more pxm a year ago,, was' not, 
nam^pLiii.the snit, - 
' ^6! c^nfliiJate- of the iyh^eat 
hj- Byead P^rty tola The 3Sr$^^^ 
fm Prepa that th? reason for 
the smt 14. to "regain freedom 
of speech^and peaceable agsem- 
ep^,. in. Tennessee and in the 
VnUA States. 
' ' 3P?Ji5LCJBJ,O^BtQOP, 
tji filing' the suit be paid, ^a 
believ?. thig^Jg,wguit >yIU settle 
for all tim^ t^e-rigjjt^pf freedbin 
of peecli and ^eapable ajssem- 
bly?* 4nd'-that h^ . would' hqen 'up 
tbsf practice, of filing^^ suitS; wjjen 
such freedom' was deaied' him, 
He |ta"i4 th^- conalitiitional 
rights woulci either bQ regained 
peaceably through- t^ii-iuii^-or 
*=.W *^ ^^ 4onbt that blood 
\yjlj ilow'in the streets," • 



was ?&Sror%rS 5&X^^^ 



I f " II I ^Jl ' .1. 1 I . I W I 






/d^V^t^' 



;^r-/^^--^t 








# f 

Office lS/[.emovandum • united states government 

TO : SAC (105-175) DATE: 11«19_58 

FROM : SA 



SUBJECT: ifHITE CITIZENS COUNCIL b7c 

OF DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, AKA. 
INTERNAL SECURIT? - X 

John Kasper and Associates 

At Chattanooga, Tennessee 

The October 25, 1958, issue of the Chattanooga 
News - Free Press, a daily publication, carried a story 
indicating that LE^ FOSTER, who identified himself as a 
candidate for Governor, for the State of Tennessee, issued 
a statement that his campaign manager, JOHN KASPER, TOM 
GOUCS!, Candidate of U. S. State Senate, Tennessee, and 
FOSTER, would speak in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on Tuesday 
night, 7 p.m. at Warner Park, Chattanooga, to expose the 
CLEMENT, NAACP, Communist - Jewish Conspiracy. Ihe article 
continued by stating that Chattanooga Mayor, P. R. OLGIATI, 
reported KASPER, F0S113R and associates would be allowed to 
speak at the Chattanooga Public Park on Tuesday night. 
October 28, 1958. 

The October 28, 1958, issue of the Chattanooga 
News Free-Press stated that plans were still under way 
for JOHN KASPER and LEE FOSTER to speak at Warner Park, 
7 p.m., on October 28, 1958, Chattanooga, Tennessee. 

(3iattanooga City Commissioner CffilORGE MC INTURFF 
stated KASPER and FOSTER would be allowed to speak in 
Warner Park. News Free Press Article stated that a telegram 
had been received from the Inter-Denominational Ministerial 
Alliance, a Negro Group, protesting allowing JOHN KASPER 
to speak in Chattanooga Public Park. Telegram stated in 
part "In our opinion, MR, JOHN KASPER, has not, in his 
past performance, won the reputation of one who is a£ 
advocate of law and order. Therefore, we do not endorse 
his right to speak in our public park." 



GCW:AM ^ .„, 16^- /?4' 

(2) _^, ' 

1 - cc - 69-7) 1 



go 



/ 



>l^M*-'10» 



'!?> 



WP 



[ 



f 



KX 105^175 

Ihe October S, 1958, issue of the ChattanoOj^. Tines 
also listed a story aboat the Inter-DenomiBational Bpnisterial 
Alliance protesting JQK KASPER^s speech. This no^apaper 
article stated the tetigram was signed by M. J.Jfoms, C* B., 
flOLLOWAY, H, A. TYLER aid J* C* CO!!NBR, PresWtfgnt of the 
Alliance* ^^ he 

hlC 



On 



October 28, 19SV, pJa^£l^^in ^" 
>eDart«tent, (Saatt^ticoga Polic; &,;rj-:e 



D etective DepartMtent, (Saatt^ticoga Polic j?::ecnient, advised 
SA I I ttiat he had received a report from the 

Tennessee Highway Patrol, on the afternoon of October 28, 
1958, that JOHN KASPEB, LEE FOSTER and associates arrived 
in Athens^ Tennessee, on the afternoon of October 28, 1958, 
for the purpose of Making a political speech in Athens. 
The Highway Patrol reported that the Athens Police Department 
did not grant KASPER and FOSTER permission to speak in 
Athens and requested FOSTER to leave if he was planning to 
Bmke a speech in the company of KASPER* Ihe Highway Patrol 
reported KASPER, FOSTER and associates left Athens, Tennessee, 
approximately 3:30 p*m*, being escorted by the Athens 
Police Department and the He Minn County Sheriff *s Department* 
He stated they reportedly were plannin g to speak in Cleveland, 
Tennessee, but that Chief of Police, LUTHER GOODWIN, Cleveland 
Police Department, had stated that no pexrmit had been issued 
and they would not be allowed to speak in Cleveland, Tennessee 



Captain I b tated that he and other detectives 



planned to meet JOHlff KASPER at the outskirts of Chattanooga 
and keep him under constant surveillance during his entire 
time at Chattanooga* He stated thxt approximately twelve 
Chattanooga Detectives would be present at the speaking rally 
held by KASPER and FOSTER at Warner Park, for the purpose 
of maintaining order* He stated from the infoarmation he 
received from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, KASPER and party 
were expected to arrive in Chattanooga, October 28, 1958. 

Captain | | on the night of October 28, 

1958, advised LEE TQSWR and J6hn KASPER arrived in 
Chattanooga, Tennessee, approximately 6 p*m* He stated 
they were travelling together in a 1956 Buick Sedan, black 
body, white top, with PA System on the top and LEE FOSTER 
banners also mounted on top* He stated they stopped at a 
Dms Store for the purpose of purchasing a paper, coming 
in Brainerd Road and then proceeded to the Boxwood Hotel, 
Brainerd Road, Chattanooga, Tennessee* He stated at the 
Boxwood Motel, they were joined by a second car, a 1950 
gray Chrysler Sedan, which also had a PA System mounted on 
top and which bore 1958 Tennessee Licenses 3W-D069. He 
stated it was determined that this license was registered 
to JOHN KASPER* He stated the first car, the 1956 Buick, 






bo 
:b7C 



KX 105-175 

had 1958 itennessee Licenses 3G-D725, which was registered to 
LEE FOSTER* He advised the Chrysler was occupied by a 
young blo nd woman and an unknown man, names of both being 
unknown t d I He stated the party appeared to register 
at the Boxwood Hotels remained there approximately 30 minutes 
and then left approximately 6:20 to 6:30 p»m. travelling in 
the two above described cars. He stated they proceeded by 
Brainerd Road through the He Callie Avenue tunnel and when they 
arrived at the Ifc Callie Shell Service Station located at 2400 
Mc Callie Avenue , both cars stopped and remained at this Station 
for approximately five or ten minutes « He stated then both 
cars proceeded to Warner Park where LEE FOSTER and JOHN KASPER 
spoke to a group of approximately 75 to 100 individuals « He 
stated both speakers spoke in opposition to integration in 
public schools, opposition to Jewish Race and were very 
critical of all political leaders, who allegedly favor the 
above two* 

Captain T "I stated the principle person leadipg 
the applause fnr the stieer.h of both of the above was one 

I |of the Tennessee Society to 

ifa . intnin Segregation at Chattanooga, Tennessee* Captain 
stated that KASPER *s speech wa s recorded by two 



istaxea tnat iLAfc>PiaK 's speecn wa s recoraea oy two 

young boys who were s ons of | t Chattanooga City 

Policeman, I [ stated there was no violence and no 
radical statements or statements of violence made by KASPER 
which would be basis for his making an arrest of this individual 



Captaii]] [stated af^er the speech that the 

two above descrioea cars and a third car, a 1950 Chevrolet 
Station Wagon, green in color, bearing 1958 Florida Licenses 
1-1 SI 734, which was reported to be the property of a FMU 



of the national White Citizens Council of 
Miami , Florida , proceeded from Warner Park in convoy, following 
a Chattanooga automobile, described as a 1954 Oldsmobile 
Tudor, bearing H amilton County Licenses 4B*>D435. Ihis car 



is regi stered to^ 

I I ChattanoogaTTSSSSSSSe; H6 stated th6 tour cars 
proceeded convoy to the James Restaurant, located on 
Highway 41, South, in East Ridge, Tennessee, where all 
occupants entered the Restaurant and appeared to be eating 
dinner* 



Captain] [ described the unknown white male 

believed to be l H as a man 30 -. 35 years of age, 5*10", 
165 lbs,, reddish hair, wearing hopj^jiimmfid^lasses , ruddy 
complexion, medium build ♦ Captain f fe tated after the 






KX 105-.175 

above had dinner at the James Restaurant, FOSTER and party 
returned to the Boxwood Motel. 



Chattanooga City, Dfttptntivftal , land 



I I advised SA | [ on November 5, 



x»oe, xnax xney were assigned to the surveillance of JOHN 

KASPER, LEE FOSTER and party on the morning of October 20, 

1958 • They advised they took up surveillance at 7 a.m. 

on that laorning and continued same until KASPER > r l and 

party left in the 1956 Buick and 1950 Chrysler described ^e 

above, approximately noon of October 29, 1958 • He stated hic 

they left the Boxwood Motel all at one time during the 

morning and on this occasion they drove to the Bethea*s 

Restaurant where they apparently had breakfast and then 

returned to the Boxwood Motel* He stated no other contacts 

were known. 



, Shls\ \ WILLIAM B. HUDSON and, . 

I I surveilled JOHN KASPER, LEE FOSTER and two ubkxiowxl 
white males, travelling in the above two described automobiles, 
the 1956 Buick and the 1950 Chrysler, from Chattanooga, 
Tennessee, to Monteagle, Tennessee. Ihey proceeded two men 
in each car from Chattanooga, leaving approximately 11^ noon, 
arriving in Monteagle at 2:45 p.m. They made no contacts 
en route. Surveillance of these two cars was dropped on 
the outskirts of Monteagle, at which time the cars were 
proceeding in the direction of Winchester, Tennessee, on 
the U. S. Highway 41-A, in the direction of Nashville, 
Tennessee. 

It should be noted that while proceeding through 
the streets of Monteagle, Tennessee, one of the PA Systems 
wfts used requesting those in hearing range to vote for 
LEE FOSTER, Independent Candidate for Governor for the 
State of Tennessee. 

On October 29, 1958, MR. HERMAN SHOEMAKER, owner and 
manager of the Boxwood Motel, 4711 Brainerd Road, Chattanooga, 
Tennessee, advised SA MC INNIS L. WARD that JOHN KASPER and 
LEE FOSTER, 5317 Cedar Heights Drive, Knoxville, Tennessee, 
travelling in a Buick Sedan, with Knoxville Licenses 3G-D725, 
registered in the Boanrood Motel, 6 p.m. on October 28, 
1958, and checked out of this hotel on October 29, 1958, 
at 1 p.m. He stated they were toiaKd by three who were 
registered in Rooms 15 and 16. These men checked into the 
Motel at 10 p.m. on 10-28-58 and out at 1 p.m. on 10-29-58. 



4 



'* ^, i ij, iiii ,iL i ,j.,,^.a^i'h^=.'j-iitijjjM i .r.j.. i mnM,M,^ *' "MMj i ii ^yjt L-t. Jlg g Wg ! 



'^"^ 



KX 105-X75 



TbS_abpve three men registered as 

I and I I all of 

__| Miami, Florida, 



b6 
b7C 



According to an article appearing in the Novenber 
3, 1958, issue of the Chattanooga Hevs Free Press, LEK FOSTER, 
Segregationalist^ candidate for Governor of Tennessee, on 
11-3-58, filed a $50,000 damage suit in U. S. District 
Courtir Chattanooga, Tennessee, against the McMinn County 
Sheriff RAY BUTTRAM, Deputy Sheriff W. R. REYNOLDS, Athens 
Police Chief RAY JOHWSON and the Maryland Casualty Company, 
as surety upon the official bond of Sheriff BUTTRAM. Ihe 
above suit was filed charging that the officers threatened 
him and violeted his constitutional rights and denied him 
the Freedom of Speech on October 28, 1958, at Athens, 
Tennessee . 





RE: 1 


1 






on November 5. 1958. advi 


1 1 



sed that 
TexmesseW^ 



he 

hlC 
hlD 



oocxexy xo Maintain Segregation; A local organization 
formed at Chattanooga, Ttennessee, approximately 1956, in 
oppQSition to In*ggration of Public Schools. He stated 

yas one of the principal leaders in this organization, 
and was p I former Criminal 

Court Judge RABLSTON SCHOOLPIELD, the Impeached Hamilton 
County Judge. 



RE 



aka 



that[ 



On November 10. 19S8 



advised 

East Ridge, Tennessee, has been Known to their lileS it6m 
1956 to present. He has a satisfactory credit rating and 
nothing of a derogatory or disloyal nature appears in the 
file. Acgpydiag to the CrRdit RiiTftaii hpt was fnrmprlv 
employed 



bo 
:b7C 



Chattanodsu, xeuutjfcisect auu wab xaier empiovca bv rnfe 



1 



Dirxn was li 
married to 
/Cha 




[Chattanooga. His date of 



wTEH^ 

termination was not listed. 



describ ed as white > ma le, 

presently resides at \ ~/ 

JPormer residents were xxstea as 

L Chattanooga, Tennessee, and I I 

Knoxville. Tennessee. He began employment 
jMprch 13, 1953, date of 



Former employment was listed 






KX 105-175 



a3[ 



J:::^^ 



hlC 



(to Noveaber 10, 1958, MR. TRACY PARKER, Manager and 
owner of the Kingwood Pharmacy, East Ringgold Road, East 
Ridge, Tennessee, advise d he has known] |for the past five 



Qg ajy xnanyc Wo ota-httH T 



vxxa niin \ rfaenf 



1 and that he was closely associated 



He stated \ [ Ls a strong admirer of RATILSTON SCHOOLFIELP, 



Former Hamilton Countjr Criminal Court Judge, who was 
impeached in 1958, and who is the present President of the 
Tennessee Society to Maintain Segregation and the States 
Rii^ts Counsel of TennfissSP, both located at Chattanooga, 
Tennessee. He stated \ I is a close ne rsonal friend of 

RADLSTOH tCHOOLFIELD and of I I He stated SCHOOLFIELD 

»a<l •MHIlif'^re outspoken Segregationalists and all three take 
^^ *£*i^* part in any organization which tends to oppose 

IntJIlitloil of public schools. He stated I Ian 

ar*e tooth employed 



1 



uaaxxanooga, 



Tennessee, MR, pArker stated he considered ! [ an 
itttelligent individual, and although he is s^r oncrlv App osed 
to segregation, he does not believe that he or | f would 
resort to violence or be a party to any violence being planned. 

Employees Mc Callie Shell Service Station 
2400 Mc Callie Avenue, Chattanooga, Tennessee 

1958 City Directory refleqts that GEORGE M. DURHAM 
is the Manager of the Mc Callie Shell Service Station. No 
record was reflected regarding DURHAM as to his place of 
residence in the City Directory. A pretext telephone call 
wa | marip tn Hn PniH a, Shell Service Station, 11-10-58, by 
SA 
of 



wj. oxner employees of me service sxaxion. 
2£swering the phone identified himself as[ 



in an effort to determine the identity 
the Service Station . The individual 



swering the phone identified hittiself as| 

J who advised that the manager of this service station 



V, 



b6 

KX 105^175 ^ / ^7c 

as GEORGE M, DURHAM* ' \ r 

MR. CLEMENT ROAC^, Wishes Grocery Store, 2334 
Mc Callie Aveaue, advised the Mc.nallie Sh^ll Service 



Station has three employees, one 



who has been 



employed by that company for approximately one year* He stated 
he is only slightly acquainted with this individual but to his 
knowledge he has a good reputation and he knows nothing of a 
der ogatory n ature concerni ng this individual* He stated one 
FKO l I who resides at | | has been employed 

by this service station for the past six years* He stated f I 
is ax honest, loyal, American citizen, trustworthy and dependable . 
He advised the Manager, whose name he does not recall, &as been 
at the Station for the past two years* He stated he is only 
slightly acquainted with him and knows of nothing of a derogatory 
nature concerning him* 



On 11-10-58, I I 



who has been employed ax 



Zl , J GEORGE 



DURHAM, who lives in a TrailfiiiJimrt, East Ridge, Hamilton 

County, Tenn. and himself, | ^stated that he was working 

at this Service Station on the night of October 28, 1958, when 
two automobiles pulled into the Station bearing banners for 
LEE FOSTER, Independent Candidate for Governor* He stated the men 
occupying these two cars entered the Restroom of the Service 
Station and returned to their car without talking to anyone 
employed at the Service Station and without making any purchase. 

He was questioned concerning JOHN KASPER and advised that 
he did not know JOHN EASPER and that he as well as the other 
two employees of the Mc Callie Avenue Shell Service Station 
were bitterly opposed to JOHN EASPER and anything he stood 
for. 



i». 



masBBSSsssA 



STANDARD FORM NO. 64 



Office M^eMOfanduM • united states government 



TO 



SAC, WFO (100-33226) 



DATE: DEC:; 



l-M 



FROM 



SA ELMER LEE TODD 



SUBJECT: SEABOARD VJHITE CITIZENS COUNCILS 
RACIAL MATTERS. 

Pertinent portions of the following informant's 
report have been disseminated to the Bureau* 

Informant Date Received To Whom Furnished Location 

ll-» 18-58 SA ELMER LEE TODD 



:b7D 



"November 18, 1958 



"FLOYD FLE MING c I 
BENJAMIN SIMMONS 5 and I 
at the bowling alley in Mt. Rainier 
FLEMING w ere finishing up a bo wling 

I I suggested that he and 

BASSES bar for a drink until the 
Once there, he said that FLEMIMQ 



|met last night 

SIMMONS and 
match, and 

go to 
overo 



KAS PER^s letter. 



it 

had written 



ana 
let 



tol 

JOHN must 



asked if 
him read 



game was 

had mentioned 



the Letter 
] and[ 



had seen 
that KASPER 
Jsaid 



be 

blC 
hlD 



have 



that 'old JOHN must have really been shook to 
written a letter like thiso' When told that 
FLEMING w a?^ thinking of pulling out of the Council 5 
I I said that he thought that the group had 
made too much progress to break up over a letter 
like thiso He said also that KASPER had no right 
to Halk to the old man like this, for God knows 
he^s worked his tale offo' 



6-WFO 

1-62-8024 
1-62-8021 
1-62-8022 
U69-.R09R 



fFf.nVD FT.FMTMfi) 



'i.icm ;^AfiPr. m 



l-Atlanta (InfoJlRM; 
JL- Baltimore (lnfo)(RM; 

l^Knoxville ( Info ) (RM 
a--Memphis ( Info) (RM) 

1-Mobile (lnfo)(RM) 

ELTsSKR 

(12) 



b6 

b7C 

b7D 



/0J-/7S'-Sf 







WFO 100-33226 



general, 



"Difinu.q fiing the school problem in 

Jsaid that he thought the day was 



■b6 

hlC 

b7D 



coming when a differ ent philosoph y would be used to 
settle the problem^ I I said that maybe 

some of the people in the South who were w orking on 
the schools might have the right idea, and I \ 
said that it was plenty right with him. He said 
that if the schools of Geor gia were mixed, there 
would be plenty of trouble J 



said that the papers carried a story about an area 
resident connftrtpH with the Clinton bombing being 

looked for. | I asked if he knew the man. 

and he latioh^d anH g^^ir^.l 



]"l donU doubt that the FBI and the 



ADL have agents hanging around us most of the time»^ 



he didnH go along 
building, but that 
bombed then integrated, 
plenty o f dynamite ar ound t> and 
to geto [ I mentioned 



_ said that 

with the bombing of a religious 
he had rather see a school 

He said that there was 



that 
that 



it 
he 



wasn 
knew 



a 



about dynamite, an d this prompted the above 
Isaid 



thatr 



hard 
little 
sentence. 



"Going back to the bowling alley, the 
four went down the street to a restaurant-bar, and 
had beer and sandwiches • FLEMING started talk by 



--^ ,„, that 

he would do. He has never listened to advice, and 
thinks an attorney is to get him out of a jam after 
he gets into one.^ He told FLEMING that he doubted 



« 2 - 



WFO 100-33226 



bb 

b7C 

b7D 



that KASPER mistrusted FLEMING, but probably 
wanted the letters with donations to use to get more 
money J to follow up on the people that had 
contributedo SIMMONS said that KASPER could get 
the stuff in, but had no money sense, and didnH 
care of it once he had it. _ SIM^yIONS went on to say 
that the group could expect no help from KASPER, 
but had received little help in the past. He 
suggested that Seaboard be held together, and to use 
KASPER' s name as the group pleased. No open breaks 



should be made. [ 



Iwent along with this, and 



said that he for one favored giving KASPER a lot of lee- 
way, and that JOHN had done too much for the group 
tn Hfit m^ r\ at h |m. H^ went to Jail, if nothing else, 
Jsaid. I I agreed with this, and 



FLEMING said that he would just be cool when KASPER 
came ardund. 



than asked SIMMONS if the 
Cincinnati decision, if bad, should be appealed 
to the Supreme Court, as KASPER wants* SIMONS 
laughed and said that KASPER wanted a lot of things 

that would take a lot of mqnftV to do, I L,said, 

^DonH beat around the 
my question.' SIMI140NS 



answer 
said tnat ne FTad little 
the case, that the court 
and that it would take from 
on how soon the court 
said that he wouldaLt 



bush 
then 
desire to work further on 
would refuse to hear it, 
$750.00 to 2500a 00, depending 
would hear ito FLEMING 

'give a damn cent from my pocket for it** __^ 
seemed to weight the idea over, and dropped it. 
He then asked if SIMMONS thoug ht that KASPER would 
come up for two weeks and help | [ get 

the Council going again • He saia tnat juhim knew 
people here that would help, and we needed him to 
get things started again, as for as SWCC was 
concerned. SIMMONS said that he thought that 
KASPER was happy living from door to door, and 
FLEMING said that he told KASPER when he was in 
D. C. that he just wanted to establish residence in 
Tennessee so that he could run for office. SIMMONS 
said that he was a fool if he thought h e would be 
elected, even as dogcatcher* I I said that he 
was aoina to try and phone KASPER last night, and 
I l aave him two numbers he might be reached 

at. SIMMONS said that KASPER might be down at the 



"• 3 "• 



WFO 100» 33226 



Admiral's (CROMMELIN) and FLEMING ^aiH that hft 

thought he was still in Nashville o 

also said that he was going to trv 

KAS PER some money j, and | 

and I [ wanted to take JOHN out for meals 

while they were at home* 



and send 
said that he 



he 

hlC 
b7D 



"Talking about genera l problems > 
everyone ex pressed su rprise that["^ 
absent, and ! [ said that he 
thought he was the man to g pt t . h^ 
if the group could ever get 
I l asked SIMMONS i 



]was 



interviewed him 5 and SIMMONS 
throw them down the eleavator 
to his officeo^ He said that 
letter to Adm. CROMMELIN expressing 



like himy and 
nxpup started p 

_| started o • 

the FBI had 
said that he * would 
shaft if they came 
he had written a 



admiration 



for CROMMELIN' s letter to Jo EDGAR HOOVER, and 
had put in three paragraphs about the FSbi not 
being legally involved, and CROMMELIN wrote back 
and asked if he could print the lettero SIMMONS 
said that this would make the FBI mado SIMMONS 
said that he thought that before the problem 
was over. Blood would be flowing in the streets* 

~[ repeated again that if the Georgia schools 
were integrated, there would be trouble <, 'I have 
a brother that weighs 200 po unds c and together*, <> c * 



saido 



better start 
he was ready 
he saido 00 



getting 
*I do 



sa 
and 



n 



that hfff 



ready, 

my exercises 



had 

said that 



every night' 



Ao Mo and 
would meet" 



"Tho 



-jcQP^ting broke uo 
toldP 



around 12s 15 
if he 



that 
I at lunch today 



said that 
money was 



"One thing more< 

he saw no ne^d of losing his jod wnen" 
needed, but that if need be, he would ^go active^ 
in certain areas, and actually participate in the 
projects of the groups «" 



4 - 



.„.^^„„„.l_^^j^ ■..,.-_■ >..,.. .^^^M ^..^„.,^-».M»^,.Mj~-^ | -pp- 1111,1 



STANDARD FORM NO, 64 



• I 

Opce Mmorandum • united states government 



TO : sac 



DATE: 12-8-S8 



FROM : SA T'ffiODCRE A. SAWDERS 



SUBJECT: SEABOARD WHITE CITIZENS COIJNCIL 
Washington, D.C. 
IS-X 



A report has not been submitted in this matter more 
promptly due to the fact that writer was assigned to 
the special on "Unsubs, Dynamiting of Clinton HighH 
School, IO-.5-5B, KxPiJs 69-7. 

A rought draft RUC letter has been submitted this date. 



lo^-^-^ns^^tT^ 



DECO iS5S 



-^e¥.-.-.v- ■ "'TtT'^'rtr- 




# 



■ nmBo&m mmB oirm^m cmmtL ■ .- ' . 
-■■ le - jg . ., . 

Be ^EM^toaavi3.1a letter to I3ix«»tdr 0/if /S&. 

Beflet y^poirts tliat SASP^, Addiima ClU^@IELt!l mnA 
«M# atuS <lteugbteff on 3/l/l»B l«£t tine area of failebessee iii 
a Buic^ s^ten tieariag 1S5S 'ftaaeesee 2i<»»£re :;^ W 29. 

tbe recorde of t^e Enox €oiitity e<m»t Clke]^*e office 
reflect tliat tlie tOKum lleeose auaber Is l«6i;^a to Kr. and 
U£&., im^ U* FC^^CEB, 53iir Cedar '^is^ts lUmm, mweviXI&, 

Ttm Chattaaooga MmB»Wre& Pgea&t daily aeespaper, 
Cliattaaaoga, Teonesaee* iu an article ia th& Umm of 11/3/38 
dascri^ed im KlSTEB ae tiie candidate for t&e meat iti Bread 
Prntf. (WHIB) and a "aegregatioalst candidate for goiemor" 
M mmeaae^*, JOQH ^ISI^liB van reported t$ l}e H}S3ER*8 caaiP> 
paiga sanaser. FOSim, accordias to the article, sued HcBian 
County, lienneesee aat2i(»ritiea for reftmiag to allow hia to 
epeals in. Athene., lesuBiMseeii. 

me Kao«7ille ilournal, daily n««spaper» Kaoxville, 
Tennims^, in issue of 10/16/57 carried an article eliich 
r^orted tbat MSB vm'm^ ms ebairBan of t&e Uaox County Whii» 
Citiaeas council. 



. . itoo Ma furnished relialile iafesBatlon 

in the past, ad^rised on 9/2/m tiiat he persooally Observed bvc 

jaiH ISA0PBII in City C<»irt ^ laie occasion when Z«^KX39^ 
app«»red in the Kaoxville City Court on that date to answer 
t'harses of disordwly conduct and inciting to riot hroai^t 

2 • Bursau (BE) 

2 » Jai^ssonville {lO^^m; 100«§0} (SIS) 

2 - wm iioo-aaaa©) ciai) 

/l^- l^oacvUle (10S»17&) 

TAB:at 



A^ 




/z;i'-;7S'-0 



ftl^tost fC^TER after he picketed a shawiag of tli© movie, 
"KiMm G& Forth", at a loml ICnosvill© tht»atr©. 1^© dis- 
orderly cou^iot charg© ms ^.iBaisaed but HJSl^B mm Isotmd 
over to the Grand J^iry oa a charge of iacitiai^ to riot. H© 

mim f-eXeased oa a $500,00 liond. This iaimasiuxt ims' reported ' ' 
t&ere is ao iadicsatiou there i^ preseatly as active White 

Cititsesis Couacil in laojcville at tite iirestta:!^ ti^e. 

wmtEU is also reported to hava t^&u one of the 
sigaem oa ttonds for mm mr^mu whea the latter was answering 
<aar@©s ia Federal Court, Eaoxville, arie;lag'out of the 
integratioa of Ciiatoa Uigt gchooX, aad on local eharges in 
&,'asljviile, Teaa^see whicli are i»eadiiig against S&SPJ^. 

EUC. 



• S • 



Office Alemorandum • united states government 



STANDARD FORM NO. 64 



TO 



FRO 




SAC, KNOXVILLE 
SAC, WFO (62-8021) 



DATE: 12/29/58 



SUBJECT: INFORMATION CONCERNING 



be 

:b7C 






On 12/2/58, a highly confidential source 



oi xnformation was contacted concerning subject 
source furnished photographs of material in the 
possession of the subject, which photographs are 
being maintained in the 1-A exhibit section of 
subject's file. 



This 



identified, 



by l 

$500 to bomb the Clinton, Tennsasfifi-- high school. 



school was bombed in 1 958. I 



publicly idfint.1-P-ift<^ gg f 



as the person who, in 1957, offered 

.high school. This 



JjOHN KASPJBR who received Nation- 



wide attention and publicity due to his activities in 
connection with the Clinton, Tennessee, high school riots 
m 1956, KASPER served a one year Federal prison term for 
VI o1 ati np- ^a court order in connection with these riots, 
who has fxir nished reliable information -in i- h^ 



past, has advised thatr 



^, . , 1 ^. .advised in .Tin v. iQfifi 

i-hat he participated with JOHN KASPER and 



public officials in vroc. 
that RASPER had made a st kii emahii l 
[to the effect that 



_L 



in the burning of crosses,_a±.Jitie_h£mies of' prominent 



adviaftri r>n 19/9/i=;q 



riaaen xn the same -car the 
WDC. 



t 



. and KASPER had 

gnt tney burned crosses in 



n On 12/2/58. source furnishfirl a 1^-t-t-^^ -p-^^^. 



iSJaOXVlAJLOi 

3- Knoxville (Enclil) 
1 - WFO 



] aoove suomxtted for information of 



b6 

b7C 

b7D 



RBL:all ''^"-f:^!^ 



(3) 







Mil 1959 




• 



mc, im!s%mcm& 



% 



12/29/58 



SAC, WFO {62«S0St) 

' '^^ 




^^ 



im^ammstmi 






be 

:b7C 



Oft 1WS8« » l^t^ty emSt4mai%9X mmteem 






by 



vis* stt«atl0a tad i^licity ^sm tm liis Aetiviti«s ts 
mmm:imt m ^^met ^»4mt is &ami^tlmk wtt& tli«s# ri«ts. 



b6 

b7C 

b7D 



jHaaLO* gSS' 



mj»,»t^m,a 'Hill it I r 



m^im^A inr-ittis — lASA. 









M 



iluEt 



B0 tli» ef fcwst 









y^ssBTTs^^arBm 



^'•»*» *^ SM» ea* t!i© st^t tfc^ur timwmA erossvs to 



4^ 

a « 

1 - 
% - 

jj^ mm 



wa/€8« fwai8&«4 « list mds ma»m mitM was m^temd 

««»«* aifii»yNnical23r fey n^4 «f f 1g0. .^ ^ . 
- SAltlAore (RM) XaS^*/: 



Kttfi«nrm« (l«fo> <E10 
£«M» Apgaies (Z8fo> <R]|> 
]ii»iti8vilX« <lafo) (SJO 
llRir l^k (Iaf0) CElO 

111 





J959 





WFO $9''m2t 



pMj^wm 



b6 
hlC 






US* 



mmmmmmmm 




tmm» 



mMmmmmmmmmmmimmmmm 

Citiamam OemmiX of i^»» lae* 
1.497 Sooth Sixith sstwmt 

10 W«sl 90tli ftrMt 
H«ir Yorlc S4» B*Y* 



-a- 




iir#'i^N^ii> 



;• 


-.' ' '' ■ ' ." 


'WkMWS^w ii^€i'. 






. wiiy .' ... 


'V--' ■ ■; ' '.. 




■'**^-. .■ .■v:■'•.■•■•:,■•..:..'- 




■pe'■:-^.: ;.■.:::;■■■,'>■" " ■•.•..■.;:,-■■■ 


'■ 


^JBaC'... ,:-r •■.:■■ 


■■ 





.be : 
.:b7C 









h^ ^1^^" 



SAC, WASHINGTON FIELD (100-33226) 2/17/59 

SAC, KNOXVILLE (105-175) 



WHITE CITIZENS COUNCIL OF D. C, aka 
RACIAL HATTERS 



Re Washington Field latter to Director 12/12/58 

setting fortlLJiam^S-Qa, a list pertaining to subject organization 
1^ 



received by| |on 11/14/5S, Offices receiving copy of 

reflet ^i^eijuested to furnish i^ckground information on names of 
individuals* Following information submitted concerning those 
names in Sncx^vUle Division: 



The following names a$^eared on th e racords o 



5 



■be 

:b7C 
b7D 



on 



WHITE CITIZENS COUNCIL OF B. C. as furnished by 

12/11/57, as set forth in WFO Letter to Director 2/21/5S* The 
indices of the Knoxville Office contain no additional references > 



and[ 



CLYDE C<X)K, Clinton, Tennessee, and Mr. and Mrs» 
HENSON NEi^ONf Clinton , Tennessee , were defendant^ in a contempt 
of court action which arose out of a court order requiring the 
integration of the Clinton High School , Clinton, Tennessee, in 
Septenber 1956 « COOK was convicted and given probation* Mr. and 
Mrs. HBNSON were acquitted, Mrs* JOEN GATES i^ the wife of 
defendant JOHN OATJSS in the above action, GATES died before 
trial, COOK and Mr* and Mrs, HENSOK and Mrs, JOM GATES have 
been interviewed by Agents of the Knoxville Office in connection 
with the case entitled **UNSUBS| Dynamiting of Clinton Sigh School, 
Clinton, Tennessee, October 5, 1958; INFOBMATIOM CONCESNING", 
All denied any knowledge or part in this dynamiting or any other 
bombings , 

With reference to ARTHUR COIB, LaFollette, Tennessee, 
on October 17, 1958, ARTHUR BRUCE COLE, LaFolletto, Was interviewed 
by Agents of the Knoxville Office in connection with the investi- 
gation "UNSUBS, Dynaiaiting of the Clinton High School, October 5, 
1958; INFORMATION CONCERNING'% COLE advised he is National 
Chairsaan of the National States Rights Party. He denied any 
knowledge or part in the above dynamiting or any other acts of 
violenae?« 

2 - Washington Field (RM) 
d - Xnosville 
TAS/bgc 

<3) • , ^r^F . 




■^s^'^'"'/;<r^^i7 



^ i,-. 



mm^^^ 



■-■■'l^: 



aiiyisi^4 h^ 1^l0]|g§ tb"t:^f@ .Hjbtii^BSL Stages Blglits Painty « He denied 






hrmn^rritiigf 




enQe€fdeer ^^ 
^la^il Ag6^%$ of 

^t'tlmt ;.lie,via|d , w>t- /t&ii3*^.-^tJ^ 



.be 

:b7C 
b7D 



if the typ0 of 
be invoXved in imy act^s of violi^a^e* 



3? 



^ttr y^^t^Ann^ t:<% 



advised fli^ 



^ 



^tb^i 0€^#reaoe^^|^ mW^M/^r ^pmB^w^A 

4^ de<sla*a*^«^ ooD^^ at iia<^^"fiaxi| iffiSlverslty 

1 1 sl^Bed a Mo lMM^tiMn adoii^ed at. tMi^ c^i^erf noe 

.as a :S|^9iMB^i^.; I 



]x;esji^t0d Mr Ide^ity &e kept 










Lj^bd^L-a^a^l^abli^l^ l#tterbead 



as a M^ifiber of the 






s«fbiob^^^^^^ .out of ^^:, court oilder jfesitiiili^: 1^^ 




wnMiii aa ,^on ajLii? 9io«ii«g vp^s^^^ia 



L^sm^^ the 



^mm^i^:M^ of the IDifsnifil^ 



'$;^^Il€ 



I 



J ; f h|# wsetiM^t "a#esisfe|iBs.::t6. 'this 







I« 105-1? 5 



DONALD M/HENSUBY, ^12 Totoler Laa®, KMOitvllle, is 
Chairman for the Hational States Rights Party for tiia State of 
Tennessee j accordiag to an article in the October 10SS issue 
of "Th© Timnfierbolt", official publication of the KRSlP. On 
November? S5> 1958, HEIJ^LEY was interviewed by Agents of the 
KnoxvillQ Office, at which tike he denied any knowledge concerning 
the dynmaiting of the Clinton High School or any other bombings. 

Indices of the Xn<^viilS Office cont ain no reference 
to I I Chattasio oEa # Tennesf^ad _ 

\ Knosvil lei L 



KnQ?C¥ille> I iKaq3;yiU?r 



Chattanooga, Tenn,; 



1 L Tena#i[ 



gnoxvillei Mr> and I, [TeaffTT 

I KnoKville, 



•bo 
hlC 



An informant who ims gurni shed reliable iBf6risa;tion b7D 
in the ^ast I L p rotect identity) adv ised 

I I had attended a meetixtg|_ 



on , ^ 

1 at which time JOHM KASPEB was present and the meeting 

was sponsored by a local pro'^segregation groups He stated . - ■ ■ v ' 

where the me eting was held in an automobile also occupied by KASPER^ 
I I was interviewed by Agents of the Kno:^ville Office in 

connection with another investigation, at which time she denied 
having a;ay Imowledge concerning the Clinton High School dysmmiting 
or any other bombings* ' 

HATiOMAL STATES BlOlgS PABfY 

On ■ .. b7D 

advised that the United White Party has passea o^t os: esasxence 
and is toaing replaced by the National States Rights l^rty. 
This iaforaant furnished an application form for this organization 
which contained the platform of the HSRP attached thereto* The 
platform reflects statements of J^aeial, economic, social, states* 
rights and foreign policy as tbe platform of the :^BF* Among 
the policies stated im^ the statement: '^Vte favor complete 
sepaxratlon of all non«Whttes and dissatisfied racial minorities 
from our White Folk Community'*. J '*ffe demand that the Federal 
government cease interf erring with the sovereign rights of the 
states, as guaranteed by the Constitution.** 



- 3 ^ 



' .: V, 80 nm^> mtQm&:m' 'sm'm mm ioah, -. inc. 

All iiif orsmftt advi^ei <)*B O^ that 

ELDiOM IMM E0WABIM3 orgaalssed a liet SlaB" gffou|i- at ' Atlanta, 'G^OTgla^ 
la 1953« '^his orgaaimtlon ireeai^^d a colrporate a&arter in 
tpraos-gia to October 1955/ utfier tHe liam© O* S^ Kiaiis^ 

^ Imf ormaits advised to **Octobejr 1956 tlmt tbe-, tJa So , 
Klans lia0 no. affiliation with. amy j^irt^^ious-SClaix gfoup'.tout ^tilisses 

with, minor change^ th@ Kian"' Kloraia or ritual written inabo^^t 191S 
by WILLIAS JOSEPH 'SJaM)NSVaa<i used by the bow delu^et Knights Of;,.., 
the Ku tlm, KMn (19l5«*»10M) <» Ttose iaf oraiant® ' advisbd lib So-/' " 
Itlaas top- as. its: priiicipal. aims aad objectives th^'pfomoiioa of 
AiaerioaaiSEip' White Supi^emaoy and S^g:Pegattoho Aainfoa^iaaat stated 
the ai^p objectives and priacipals for all practical purposes air# 
the saine aa those of the Kaighti of the 8Sa Wkvu SClaiio 

lUforB^nts stated that oa amnerous ooeasloas SDWARXM5 
has ar^aouticed objectives will be saet tiiirouigh legal meaa^ aad 
without violeaceo I» additioa,, iaformaats advised Slaa of f icials 
eKpect to achieve objectives ths-o^gli streagth aii4 membership, ' 
thus iasuriag select ioa of public of ficials who are sympathetic 
with their views o - ' .-;•.■•. 

XaformaatS' advised ia Hovember- 1056' that BSWAKI^p^'^d 

other iadividuals . respoasible for orgaaissiag U»- So iClaaSp.are .. ■' 
fosi-aaer offiee:rs aad members of th^^ Assoclatloa ; of ■ Georgia. Klaas V 
(AGK)* AQK has beea desigaated^l}^ the' Attoraey<leaeral pursukat* 
to Executive 0?^der ■ 10450^ - laf oriia^ts .advised .£a 1958: that the 
Uo So Klaas coatiaues- as the-priucisal Klaa^'ia-operatioa aad ' 
is actively eagaged ia r0cruit4ag members ia several soutbera 
states'o- These, iaforiaaats advised. that theUp-.S» Sllaas M.B siad^.;: ■ 
coaslderitble progress withia the past year ia opeaiag aew uaits 
ia the Southera 'States v. :. v " :':':.:''■.' 



itm^e%V'ms^r%±& y/gs^i:^:yf*^d ±ii gSLlmy@i fiiyal I 



;b7D 



SOatllEBW COMFEBSHCE EDOCATIOML -FlSm 

Aa ameadsaeat to the charter of the Southern Costf^^E'eace 
for Huma Welfare (SCHtXp which has beea cited by the Coagressioaal 
Co^ittee oa Ua«*Americaa activities as a coiomuaist froat, chaaged 
the aame of the orgaaimtiosai to the Southera Coaf ereao^i Educattoaal 
Puadj "laco CSGEf), aad listed ^its pwposes. as belaf to improve- -■; 
the^ucatioaal aad cultural staadards of the Southern people ia 
accbrdaace with tfte highest Amerioaa democratic laatitutioasj r 
traditioas aad ideals o This ameadaeat was dated April 20^ 1946 <» 

mC. ■■ - '■;'..■.■... .-'^ :- : ■'. ■"■;'' vvV- 



^ 



stAwdakTo form no. 64 



Office ^bA.ei7lOVandum • united states government 

ro : DIRECTOR, FBI (100-423395) -'-"• ^^^ ^ - '-"3 



DATE 



FROM : SAC, WFO (100-33226) 



SUBJECT: WHITE CITIZENS COUNCILS OF D. C, 
SEABOARD WHITE CITIZENS COUNCILS 
RACIAL MATTERS 



aka 



Re Memphis letter to Director %2/l6/58, 
transmitting undeveloned film nf ma+PTT aypin the 

possession cf | [ when he^'Was arrested 

by the Memphis PD on 12/4/58. ^ 

^ receiving copies 
vas publicly identl 



o 

/' 



For Infrt-rma+T nn r^^ a-F-Ft r 

of this letter 
fied on 10/16/5H 



be 

:b7C 



, by tKbyHKiCK JUHN KASPER as the new 
Executive Secreta ry of ttie Seaboard White Citizens 
Councils of D. C. I "I no longer holds this position 
KASPER organized the S^CC in June, 1956, and he is cur- 
rently the Executive director of the organizationo 
KASPER has served a ope year sentence in a Federal 
penitentiary on a convictixin for contempt of .court 
charges arising out of the school integration riots 
at Clinton, Tennessee, in 1956o 



2- Bureau 
It Albany (info) 
1-Atlanta (info) 
1-Baltimore (info) 
1- Birmingham ( Inf o ) 
1-Boston (Info) 
1-Butte (Info) 
1-Charlotte (info) 
1-Cincinnati (info) 
1-Cleveland (info ) 
1-Dallas (Info) 
lip!$nver (Info) 
l-Ho'uston (info) 
1- Indianapolis (info) 
l-CvTacksonville (info) 
(l-Knoxville (info) 
T^Little Rock (info) 
1-Los Angeles (info) 
1- Louisville (info) 



1- Memphis (info) 
1- Mi ami (info) 
1- Milwaukee (info) 
1" Mobile (Info) 
1- Newark (info) 
1-New York (info) 
1-New Orleans (info) 
1- Norfolk (Info) 
1-Philadelphia (info) 
1-Pittsburg (info) 
1- Richmond (info) 
1-San Antonio (info) 
1-Savanah (info) 
1- Springfield (info) 
2- WFO 

(1-62-8022) 
RBL:cjv 



(36) 



V 



^|if ^^<J^£_:^ 



w 



V 



WFO 100-33226 

On 12/5/58, Inspector W, P. HUSTON, Head of 
thfi Vir.A 5^nnaH, Mpmphi a PD^ made available to SAs 

I and W ILLIAM H. L AWRENCE the papers 
and personal effects of | I whi f-H Hp haH j n his 
possession at the time ot his arrest X T was 
convicted on 1/23/59, on a charge of contributing to 
the delinquency of a minor and was sentenced to 11 
months and 2 9 days at a penal farm and fine d $L000c 
I h aterial was photographed by SAs I I 

and LAWRENCE o The original film is being maintained 
in WFO file 100-33226-1B3-7, 

Two items of special interest in this material 
are the following: 

A letter dated 8/14/56, captioned U.So Klans, 
Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, InCo, Atlanta, Gao, ad- 
dressed "To whom it may concern" signed bv F.n T.n FDWARDS 
Imperial Wizard I 



be 

:b7C 



A letter dated 10/12/58, "To all officers and 
members of the Seaboard Tflhite Citizens Councils and to 
whom it may co ncern" signed by JOHN KASPER, Eyecutiv g^ 
Director. SWCC I _ 



Set forth below are the results of a review of 
this material, which consists of 168 photographs » The 
material has been broken down into 11 general categories. 
The photographs have been numbered and in the event that 
any office desires to have a copy of the original photo- 
graph, it will only be necessary to request the photograph 
by number • 

The attention of all offices is directed to the 
portion of this letter starting on page 92 captioned 
Complete Address Unknowno Some offices may recognize a 
name or address in their own territory,* 



The categories are as follows: 



lo Material pertaining to th^ SWCC Photos 1-5 
2o Material /ertaining to ^;ersonally<> 
Photos 23-61o 



22, 



- 2 - 






WFO 100-33226 

3o Material showing books requested at the 
Library of Congress, dealing with the Ku Klux Klan 
and Related Matters^ Photos (:^>7^o 

4o Material of a racial nature from Swedeno 
Photos 76-80. 

5o Material concerning the proposed plans 
of an organization to be called The Southern League 
of America o Photos 81-85o 

60 List of names captioned association of 
Citizens Councils of Louisiana^ Photos 86-88* 

7o A list of names, the significance of 
which is unknown* Photos 89- 111, 

80 A list of names and titles of persons 
who attended a meeting April 7j, 1956, at New Orleans* 
Photos 112-115* 

MisGigflianeous names which appear in 

material, the significance of which are 

unknown* Photos 116-131* 

10 . Names apD earing in two small notebooks 
belonging to | | Photos 132-159* 

11* Miscellaneous material such as Application 
Blanks for Re-instatement to the US Klans of Georgia* 
Photos 160-168* 

Categories 6,7,8,9, and 10 consist of names 
and these names have been set forth by field office. 
The category aad photograph number are set for by each 
name, such as: 



he 

hlC 



DOE, JOHN 



Category 
6 



Photograph 
100 



It is believed that the names set forth in 
this letter may be of assistance to field offices, in 
the event of violence due to a racial or a religious 



basis* It should be^ noted that] | has photographed 

girls for commercial purposes and some of the names of 
girls set fort h in this let ter may pertain to this hobby 
or business of^ 



3 - 



w 



*-^ 



WFO 100-33226 
ALBANY 



ATLANTA 



BALTIMORE 



BIRMIN6Hi!SNt 



Category 
7 



8 



10 



10 
8 



Photo 
109 

106 



112 



110 



105 



147 



154 
112 



b6 
b7C 



111 
107 



8 

i 4 - 



112 






■1.1 .^ ill, fa a 



WFO 100-33226 
BOSTON 



BUTTE 



CHARLOTTE 



ategory 
10 
7 



10 



7 



10 



9 



Photo 
150 
105 

109 

109 



146 



109 



145 



123 



120 



be 

b7C 



8 



114 



- 5 - 



111 



105 



^^^■^e^KaBaaaaesBn 





• 

WFO 100-33226 




• 






CHARLOTTE 

r. 


ategory 
7 


Photo 
106 












7 


105 








8 


114 








7 


109 








8 


114. 








8 


114 








7 


105 


b6 
b7C 






7 


105." 








10 


158 








7 


106 








10 


159 








7 


105 








- 6 - 







^ 


• 

WFO 100-33226 




• 






CLEVELAND 


p^ + /^rtrtir%%/ 


Photo 
149 


be 








10 












:b7C 






7 

Ohio 


105 
115 


■ 








DALLAS 












8 


• 






7 


111 










8 


115 










7 


106 










7 


; 106 




- 






7 


107 










7 


106 
110 




DENVER 










7 








7 


110 




• 






7 


110 






- 7 - 



•tJSrr— 



WFO 100-33226 
DENVER 



HOUSTON 



Category 
7 



Photo 
110 

110 



106 



b5 
b7C 



10 



158 



8 



115 



106 



111 



10 



132 



106 



106 



106 



- 8 - 



jr- 



liSimmmS^BBS 



WFO 100-33226 
HOUSTON 



INDIANAPOLIS 



JACKSONVILLE 



Category 
10 



KNOXVILLE 



//^ 




10 

7 



8 



8 



U 8 



8 
8 

9 - 



Photo 
159 



155 
110 



112 



112 



125 



115 



110 



112 
112 



be 
:b7c 



"jr 



WFO 100-33226 
LITTLE ROCK 



LOS ANGELES 



Category 
8 



10 



10 



6 



10 



7 
10 - 



Photo 
112 



154 



152 



87 



111 



10 


141 


10 


141 


10 


143 



110 



153 



106 



106 



106 



.b6 
:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
LOS ANGELES 



LOUISVILLE 



Category 
7 



10 



10 



10 



Photo 
106 



134 



106 



159 



111 



155 



106 



108 



118 



be 

b7C 



SIHSagMi! 



Ill 
108 
114 



- 11 - 



/ < 


WFO 100-33226 


• 


• ' 






MEMPHIS 


Category 
7 


Photo 
107 








\ 




7 


105 




• 




7 


107 








8 


114 








7 


107 








7 


107 








7 


107 


bo 
:b7c 


■ 




8 


114 








7 


107 








7 


108 








7 


105 








8 


115 




•. 




8 


115 








7 


107 




^ 




7 


108 








8 


115 




^ 




8 


- 113 








- 12 - 







WFO 100-33226 
MEMPHIS 



Category 


Photo 


7 


107 


7 


108 


7 


108 


7 


108 


7 


107 


10 


145 


8 


114 


7 


107 


8 


115 



105 



7 


108 


8 


115 


7 


107 


10 


153 


7 


107 


13 - 





be 

:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
MEMPHIS 



Category Photo 

8 114 

7 107 



7 


107 


7 


107 


8 


115 



8 



105 



7 


108 


7 


108 


7 


107 


7 


106 



115 



7 


107 


7 


107 


8 


115 



be 

:b7C 



- 14 - 



WFO 100-33226 
MBAPHIS 



MIAMI 



Category 


Photo 


7 


107 


7 


108 


7 


108 


7 


108 


8 


115 



106 

115 

107 
105 



be 

:b7c 



106 



10 



159 



10 



149 



7 
15 - 



106 



WFO 100-33226 
MIAMI 



MILWAUKEE 



MOBILE 



Category Photo 
7 106 

7 106 



10 



134 



be 

b7C 















7 


106 






7 


111 






7 


111 






8 


112 






8 


112 






8 


112 


■ 




8 


112 






8 


112 






7 


106 


- 10 - 





WFO 100-33226 
NEWARK 



NEW YORK 



Category Photo 
10 157 



10 



10 
10 



153 

105 

157 
158 



109 



109 



110 



110 



110 



be 

:b7C 



110 



17 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW YORK 



Category Photo 

7 109 

7 110 

7 110 

7 110 



10 



9 
18 



134 



110 



10 


156 


10 


159 


10 


156 


10 


153 



110 



110 



122 



be 

b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW YORK 



Category Photo 
7 • 109 

r 

7 105 



109 

110 

110 

156 
109 

109 

105 



10 
7 



10 



134 



109 



110 



be 

:b7C 



- 19 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW YORK 





• 




Category 


Photo 




7 


109 




10 


157 




7 


110 




7 


105 




7 


110 




7 


109 


be 

:b7C 



10 



10 
7 



109 

150 

105 

156 
109 

109 



- 20 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW YORK 



Category Photo 
7 105 

7 110 



10 
7 

10 



7 
7 
21 - 



156 
110 

133 



7 


109 


7 


109 


7 


109 


t 

7 


109 


7 


109 



be 

:b7C 



109 
110 

109 
109 



WFp 100-33226 
NEW YORK 




Category Photo 
10 157 

7 109 



10 

7 



157 
109 

109 

110 

109 

109 

109 



10 


133 


7 


109 


7 


110 


7 


110 



be 

hlC 



?rTir i-'-r - , irmaifi ^"m-; 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW YORK 



NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



10 



Photo 
109 

109 

110 



10 


137 


10 


133 


10 


133 


7 


110 


7 


109 


7 


110 



134 



9 


128 


6 


87 


6 


87 


7 
La. 


96 



.b6 
b7C 



- 23 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



9 
9 
7 
6 
7 
7 
7 

7 
9 
7 

9 ■ 
7 
7 
- 24 - 



Photo 
96 

96 

128 

128 

99 

86 

89 

98 

89 

107 
131 
95 

128 

89 

103 



be 

:b7i 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 

7 

7 

7 



Photo 
111 

102 

103 

107 

89 

131 

99 

86 

102 

103 

98 

131 

89 

98 

89 



be 

:b7C 



- 25 - 



■TV , '-vrrT ii,, iir„.r i -i , / i,t, ' . <X"^ iL :t ^ ' i 1V ' ■! ' - i w 'l i 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



7 
7 
7 
9 
9 
7 
7 
7 
7 



Photo 
111 



103 

86 

90 

101 

102 

108 

128 

128 

101 

111 

89 

111 

91 

108 

102 



bo 
:b7C 



^-26 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
9 

9 

7 

9 

9 

6 

7 

9 



Photo 
129 

129 

96 

131 

129 

86 

98 

131 

89 

103 

103 

89 

90 

91 



be 

:b7C 



102 



- 27 - 



in - TTiJ 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
6 



Photo 
87 

126 

107 



9 
7 
9 
7 
7 
28 



111 

94 

88 

129 

99 

128 

107 

93 

130 

89 

128 

108 

97 



be 

:b7C 





WFO 100-33226 










NEW ORLEANS Category 


Photo 








7 


Qft 












6 


88 






7 


105 






9 


128 






9 


128 






7 


94 






7 


90 






7 


89 






7 


97 






7 


97 






7 


107 








R 


113 














^ 


111 








1 

*7 


on 








yu 








6 


87 






7 


103 



he 



29 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 

7 



7 

7 

7 
30 



Photo 
99 

96 

101 

90 

128 

103 

129 

111 

102 

89 

101 

99 

111 

98 

89 

98 



be 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
9 



Photo 
128 

108 

99 

108 

129 

90 

101 

101 

128 

86 

116 



be 

:b7C 



96 



90 



108 



99 



- 31 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 

7 
7 
7 
7 



Photo 
97 

107 
99 
99 
90 

90 

99 

99 

90 

102 

129 

96 

90 
96 



be 

hlC 



- 32 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 





• 




Category 


Photo 




9 


127 




6 


87 




8 


112 




7 


108 




7 


103 




7 


96 




6 


87 


bo 
b7C 



9 



91 



90 



129 



101 



102 



90 



- 33 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



Photo 
90 

98 

95 
129 

99 

94 
86 
90 

94 

107 
90 

96 

98 



be 



- 34 - 



WFO 100-33226 

NEW ORLEANS 



Category 

7 



9 
7 

- 35 - 



Photo 
90 

91 

95 
94 

95 

108 

129 

108 

129 
128 

111 

129 
90 



■b6 
hlC 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 





• 






Category 


Photo 




7 




107 




7 




110 




7 




107 




7 




107 




7 




100 




9 




130 




7 




90 


be 

hlC 



6 
7 

8 
- 36 - 



128 
104 
90 

96 

88 
90 

113 



WFO 100-33226 
^EW ORLEANS 





• 




Category 


Photo 




6 


88 




9 


128 




7 


95 




7 


95 




7 


90 




7 


90 




6 


86 


be 

:b7C 



7 
37 - 



103 
108 
103 

100 

99 

107 

103 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



Photo 
102 

90 

97 

98 

111 

100 

129 
97 

90 

105 
128 
129 

100 



be 

hlC 



- 38 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



9 

9 
9 
7 

7 
9 

9 
- 39 - 



Photo 

ioi 

98 

98 

101 

108 
97 

90 

129 
129 
129 
96 

93 
129 

129 



hlC 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 





• 




Category 


Photo 




9 


129 




7 


103 




7 


98 




7 


90 




9 


116 




9 


130 




9 


116 


be 

hlC 



87 

97 

87 

106 

128 

129 



- 40 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 





• 




Category 


Photo 




7 


94 




7 


108 




7 


91 




7 


103 




7 


97 




8 


113 




8 


113 


be 
:b7c 



10 

7 
7 

9 



9 

- 41 - 



155 

104 
100 

127 

91 

108 
128 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 

7 

7 
7 

9 
7 



Photo 
104 

111 
91 

128 
91 

89 

127 
102 

102 

102 

102 

95 

102 



be 

:b7C 



- 42 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



9 



8' 
- 43 - 



Photo 
94 

89 

98 

128 
101 

128 

109 
129 

102 

102 

128 

100 

113 



b6 
:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 


Photo 


7 


91 


7 


102 


7 


91 



8 



113 

101 

96 
98 

91 

91 

98 



7 


97 


9 


128 


7 


107 


- 44 - 





bb 
b7C 



-rrfT -n — i — ii~ 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



9 



9 
9 
7 
- 45 - 



Photo 
99 

91 

129 

129 

95 

113 
102 

128 

89 

89 

129 
129 
91 



be 

b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 


Photo 


7 


99 


7 


95 


7 


98 


7 


101 



7 
46 



97 

107 
91 

128 
91 

104 

102 

88 

91 

108 



.b6 
:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 

7 



7 

7 

7 

9 
- 47 - 



Photo 
97 

99 

95 
96 

95 
91 

129 

111 

100 

91 

94 
104 
98 
127 



.b6 
:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
9 



7 
7 

- 48 - 



Photo 
128 

.102 

100 

104 
108 

127 

129 

•107 
89 

129 

97 

102 

111 



■bb 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 

7 

8 



9 



9 



7 
9 

- 49 - 



Photo 
111 

113 

101 

101 

89 

111 
91 

97 

128 

128 

128 

94 
116 



be 
hic 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



Photo 
94 

96 

128 
104 

102 

97 

107 

125 

129 

107 
97 

86 
101 

101 



be 

b7C 



- 50 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 

7 



Photo 
99 

100 

97 
86 
91 

87 

91 

.105 
91 
97 
102 



9 


131 


7 


106 


7 


107 


- 51 - 





be 

:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



7 

7 

- 52 



Photo. 
96 

91 

91 

129 

97 

107 
113 

87 

91 

91 

91 

108 
105 



be 

:b7C 



WFO 33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 


Photo 


8 


127 


9 


127 


7 


102 



127 

100 

98 

107 

86 

98 

96 

101 



-bo 
b7C 



90 



89 

101 

91 



- 53 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 


Photo 


7 


105 


9 


127 


7 


94 



9 
- 54 - 



100 

94 

104 
108 

92 

91 

89 

97 

108 

100 

128 



b6 
:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
6 



7 
9 

7 
7 

9 
9 
7 
7 
7 

6 
7 
- 55 - 



Photo 
87 

91 

92 

96 

111 
127 
104 
89 

131 
129 
104 
104 
100 

87 
101 



be 

:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 


Photo 


7 


95 


7 


95 


7 


92 


7 


92 



9 
9 
56 - 



100 

128 

105 

97 

98 

102 

100 

111 

129 
129 



he 

hlC 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 


Photo 


9 


127 


7 


98 


7 


103 


7 


89 


7 


98 


7 


98 



100 

92 

92 

92 

92 

116 
100 

100 



.b6 
;b7C 



- 57 - 



WFO 100-33226 
^EW ORLEANS 



Category 


Photo 


9 


129 


6 


86 


7 


101 


9 


128 


6 


86 


7 


101 



7 
9 

- 58 - 



89 

95 

92 

92 

100 

95 
128 



be 

:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
9 



9 



9 



9 



9 
59 - 



Photo 
128 

108 

92 

92 

92 

129 

128 

128 

102 

128 

128 

108 
127 



be 

b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category Photo 
7 92 

7 92 



92 

96 

95 

130 

104 

108 

92 

108 
128 

86 
86 
128 



7 
9 

6 

6 

9 
60 



.b6 
:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 


Photo 


7 


92 


6 


87 


7 


106 


7 


110 


7 


92 



9 

7 
- 61 - 



92 

104 
92 

129 

95 
90 

104 

128 
94 



be 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



7 
- 62 - 



Photo 
92 

95 

97 

97 

127 
127 
86 
105 

97 

99 

102 

94 

92 



bo 
:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 

7 

9 



7 

- 63 - 



Photo 
95 

128 

99 

98 

89 

108 
111 
111 
97 

104 

87 

129 

102 

107 



he 

:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 

7 



7 
7 

7 

7 
7 
6 
7 

9 
7 

7 

7 

7 

6 
- 64 - 



Photo 
89 

99 

104 
104 
99 

89 
95 
86 
94 

116 
96 

107 
99 
108 
87 



.b6 
:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
9 

6 



9 



9 



Photo 
128 

87 

127 

111 

128 

128 

111 

128 

129 

98 

88 
92 

92 



be 

b7C 



- 65 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 




Photo 
107 

89 

92 
95 

102 
92 

111 

111 

101 

93 

127 

91 

92 

99 



be 

b7C 



- 66 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 


Photo 


7 


99 


7 


104 


7 


95 


7 


98 


7 


104 



7 
- 67 - 



103 

108 
111 
99 

128 
127 
128 

101 

1,01 
89 



be 

:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 


Photo 


6 


87 


7 


111 


7 


92 



9 



9 
7 
8 
7 
7 
6 
7 



9 
- 68 - 



128 

97 

131 

104 

113 

111 

98 

86 

98 

108 

100 

131 



be 

:b7C 



*J 


WFO 100-33226 


• 




• 






NEW ORLEANS 




Category 

7 


Photo 
96 
















7 


111 










7 


99 










7 


89 










7 


92 










6 


86 










8 


113 


be 

b7C 








7 


103 










9 


129 










7 


92 










9 


127 










6 


88 










7 


96 










- 69 - 











WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 





• 






Category 


Photo 




8 




113 




7 




92 




7 




96 




7 




94 




7 




93 




7 




105 




9 




129 


be 

:b7C 


9 




129 




7 




93 





93 



95 



6 


88 


8 


113 


- 70 - 





WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



9 
6 
9 
- 71 - 



Photo 
93 

97 

128 

129 

93 

128 

104 
95 
131 
99 

103 

129 

86 

128 



be 

:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 

7 



6 
9 

7 
7 

10 



6 
- 72 



Photo 
108 

95 

87 
116 
107 
93 

151 

108 

94 

99 

103 
129 

93 

88 



be 
hic 



w 


• 


.: 


• 




WFO 100-33226 










NEW ORLEANS 




Category 


Photo 
86 










6 








7 


93 










7 


108 










7 


101 










7 


95 










7 


104 










7 


93 










7 


99 


be 
:b7c 








7 


97 










7 


96 










9 


131 










7 


98 










7 


95 










7 


98 










7 . 


107 




■• 


73 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 

7 



7 
- 74 - 



Photo 
93 

99 

93 

97 

93 

93 

93 

111 
129 

99 

104 

93 

98 



be 

b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 


Photo 


7 


93 


10 


151 


7 


93 


7 


93 



101 

129 

104 

108 

116 

93 

94 

87 

129 

99 



be 

:b7C 



- 75 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 




Category 
6 

8 



9 

7 
6 

7 

8 

7 
6 
9 

7 
8 

7 
- 76 - 



Photo 
87 

113 

87 

129 

108 

87 

107 

114 

107 

87 

129 

.95 
113 

103 



be 

:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



9 



7 
- 77 - 



Photo 
111 

111 

111 

94 

103 

88 

128 

102 

101 

93 

86 
97 

93 

108 



:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



Photo 
108 

93 

97 

103 

103 

95 

93 

100 

94 
129 

98 
108 

93 



be 

:b7C 



- 78 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 



6 
7 

6 

7 

7 

7 



Photo 
97 

93 

94 

86 
100 

86 
93 

107 
93 

93 

105 
130 

90 



be 

hlC 



101 



- 79 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 





• 






Category 




Photo 




9 




127 




7 




104 




7 




96 




7 




100 




9 




128 




6 




87 


* 


7 




93 


be 

;b7C 


7 




95 




6 




86 




7 




96 




9 




128 





101 



93 



- 80 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 





• 






Category 




Photo 




9 




129 




7 




89 




7 




100 




7 




102 




7 




108 




7 




104 




7 




108 


be 
:b7c 


9 




129 




7 




96 




9 




128 




9 




127 




7 




100 




7 




100 





7 
- 81 - 



111 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



6 
7 

9 

8 



Photo 
111 

93 

104 

127 

86 
100 

128 

113 
103 
103 
103 
103 
103 



be 

b7C 



- 82 - 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 

7 



8 



9 
7 

7 

7 
7 
- 83 



Photo 
103 

100 

113 

94 

100 

100 

131 
100 

94 

127 
94 

108 
111 
111 



■bo 
b7C 





• 




• 




WFO 100-33226 








NEW ORLEANS 


Category 


Photo 








9 


128 








7 


94 








9 


116 








7 


111 

• 








9 


129 








9 


129 








7 


101 


b 

b 






9 


129 








9 


129 








7 


100 








7 


101 








7 


95 








7 


94 








- 84 - 













WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 

7 



6 
o 

7 
85 



Photo 
94 

101 

101 

88 
98 

129 

96 

104 
100 

104 

103 

87 
129 

94 



b6 
:b7C 






WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



Category 
7 



9 
7 
7 
7 
9 
7 
7 
7 

7 
86 - 



Photo 
94 

94 

96 
96 

108 

89 

131 

106 

103 

108 

129 

94 

104 

104 

111 



be 

:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
NEW ORLEANS 



NORFOLK 



PHILADELPHIA 



Category 


Photo 


7 


107 


6 


88 


7 


107 


7 


107 


7 


103 



8 



10 



129 



115 



be 

b7C 



158 



109 



109 



110 



PITTSBURGH 



10 



157 



-87 - 



WFO 100-33226 
PITTSBURGH 



SAN ANTONIO 



SAVANNAH 



Category 
10 




8 



8 



8 

10 

8 

- 88 - 



Photo 
145 

109 



107 



107 



105 



114 



106 



111 



114 



114 
134 
114 



be 

b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
SAVANNAH 



SPRINGFIELD 



RICHMOND 



Category 
7 



Photo 
105 

105 

114 

114 
114 

105 



106 



be 

:b7C 



10 



145 



8 

7 
10 



115 
106 
146 



10 



146 



10 
89 



157 



WFO 100-33226 
WASHINGTON FIELD 



Category 
10 

10 
10 
10 

9 
9 

1^ 

10 

10 

7 

9 
10 

10 
10 

10 

10 
10 

10 
90 - 



Photo 
143 

148 
146 
157 

117 

117 

14;. 
144 

147 
106 

117 

156 

144 
144 

146 

144 
147 

147 



be 

:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 
WASHINGTON FIELD 



Category 





10 
10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

7 

10 

10 


1 




9 

10 
10 
7 
7 

9 
10 

]n 

91 - 



Photo 

144 
146 

144 

144 

145 

144 

110 

146 

144 

117 

147 
144 
109 
110 

123 

143 
144 



be 

:b7C 



WFO 100-33226 

COMPLETE ADDRESS UNKNOWN 



Category 
9 
7 

10 

10 
10 
9 
10 

10 

10 

7 

10 
10 

9 

9 

9 
.9 

10 



9 
92 - 



Photo 
119 
108 
152 

133 
155 
131 
134 

134 

151 

105 

148 
133 

130 

130 

131 
131 

151 

121 
131 



bo 
:b7C 




I 



I 



^C, WASHIHGIOK FIEID (100-33226) 



6/a/53 




SAC, HEW OatfiANS <103-.710> 



tlHIlSJ CITIZEHS COUNCILS OF D.C. , Aba. 
3BAB0AKD WHITE CITISEIIS CODNCIIiS 
HACXAL MTTEBS 



He£ea?eac0 is aatJo to tho enclosed I35?ic:£ 
wbicli iaclutJcs FBSBSaiCS JOISf KASPER as aa appellant. 

A copy oi tliis Orie£ is Ijoing £arnisiied to 
tiasliington Fiolti and laioisyill© for posisible Ciatissfo uoo, 



.•? /? 



Z^^.- 



^ 



2 - Tv'aahinstoa 'Fipld (Sue. IXlGI) 
2 - Enojxvillc (2%, IXHM) 

1 - ircw Oir leans kl_ ,■? v - 

ass? Jf & y '"^"^Z -^-^ 



iO) 



^ f-^-/A 






/os--/2y-:- f "f 



/cOt 



r- 



vo 




L \\ 



k 



f ^i^w"' 






Cover Sheet for Informant Report or MotSfial 
FD-306 (3-21 -58) 

TO: 

FROMt 
SUBJECTS 



i 



SAC, MEMPHIS 

SAC, WFO (62-8028) 

FREDERICK JOHN KASPER 
RACIAL MATTERS 



m 7 1959 



?sa'? 



Date received 




Received by 

SA ELMER liEE TODD 



:b7D 



Method of delivery (check appropriate blocks) 

(Sin person LZl by telephone CH by mail d] orally CI] recording device CX! written by Informant 



If orally furnished and reduced to writing by Agent; 
Date 



Dictated 



to 



Transcribed . 

Authenticated 
by Informant . 



Brief description of activity or material 



1 r 

\ A psr^ults of informant meeting with jogy RASPER 

, J **" ' ■ — ■ ' - ' 1 1. -I II.. ■. 






Date of Report 



Date{s) of activity 



:b7D 



File where original is located If not attached 



Remarks: 



For tHp ±n£63?3nati©a of the ips AS^geles ©ffice, records of the '|>assport 
office concerning Reverend joHSf MERCURIO are being checked and your 
office will bo advised of the results* 



\ ♦UQHH.KASPER arrived at 



^je said he had bepn.to seo jsr. SIMMONS but tnat ne was 
not in a t the time., h© skid he had. arrived in Y?ai.shipgt0B Sat- 
urday and had then gone io ueW jersey to visit his mother, ige 



:b7D 



/■•■-'-■V 



SJ'Twe mphis 

1-Ati'aata |j^ s^r' stoner) (info) , . 

1-LOS A|ise|es ) (john MERCURIO) ClEfFO) (RM) 



6-mi?o 



l-RJchmond^ <C ARY HAHSEL) (IN FQ) jRMj . . 

¥^62=.8021\ l / ^' . ii ^ ^ -^ 

4 I 



■pris. 




i 'bIocIc Stamp 



C_HLti) 



ELT:ei!C 
(15) 












f 



f 



WFO 62-8028 

ns^ld his mother was still trying to get some action taken 
against BILL HMDRIX ^^ ylorid a for an alleged bu ilding 
swindle • kasPER ^^^ dinner at [ I and after 



making tAlP^nhQi^e calla to •PT/wTTTPY.-PMT-Nrn /wno was not too 



fripHrilv^ 



he could not reacia) 
drove to I 



^wnoia 
left to pxck up a y-^BP'^A t2*allfer in 
after getting this trailer o he 



I , ,„ ^ ■ „ I - 

since ! I moving some ox %ne maxerxax naa peen 

thrown out for tr ash and this kasPER dili gently gathered 

up< Tie then took I 



nd left for 



"KASPER said he expected not to have much time before going 
to Jail for si2£ months. T^^erefore, he was going to leave 
Washington t he afternoon of june 23, after conferring with 
m^^ SIMMONS, I ~l a-ad FLOfD FLEMING i^ t^® morning, 
and drive to jiashvxiieo in jjashville he would leave hxs 
trailer of papers and drive his car to ipuisville, Kentucky o 
in ipuisville, he would transfer the car to the name of 
J? B^o STONERi? ^ GBQ^si-BL attorney now staying with ed FIELDS". 
STONER would keep the car until KASPER ^^ released from 
prison. T^^en KASPER would go either t o ftdinlTal rpnm/ryT .iKr^s 
home in Alabama o r return to i^ashingtod 



f 



until he either decided to surrender or was 
pxcked vLp ay ge<aJ ral iprshals. inasmuch as KASPER ^^^ ^^* 
know whether or not he would return to ^shington^ he rented 
the trailer for a one-way trip which cost considerably 
more money than a round-trip would have. KASPER said that 
if he were arrested in ^shington either now or when— '^ 
returned (fif he had the car with him) he would like 
I I to call STOKER ^^^ ^eep the car until ng" 

lid 



(STONER) 



could come for it. 



b6 
hlC 



*^KASPER appeared to have plenty of money and stated that his 
fund«raising campaigns were very successful* h® was interested 
in what GEORGE LINCOLN ROCKWELL was doing and launched into 
a tirade against his tactics, a^ i» ^^1 ^^ seemed very 
jealous. KASPER said he thought violence could still be 
used with effectiveness in some parts of the s<^^*ii ^ut that 
the only permanent way of enjoying success was through 
political action, h® *®1^ about the campaign for mayor of 



-2- 






f 



f 



Wpo 62-8028 

Ttlfashville and said he spofee at -yanderbilt miversity an d oxx 
the c<^^^* H^use steps in jjashville; h® saidf i «r^-* 
rtm-inpr vo-pv we^ll in his GGurt cases « one for o 



doing very well in his court cases , one for being cnased out 
of a town when campaigning and the other for picketing a 
theatre* KASPER Baid he had received a letter several weefes 
ago from mERCURIO? postmarked QevmBjayp but that he did not 
mention how he had gotten there but said he was contacting 
former ss saen*" 



was '^t. 

h ! C 



FD-"*>9 (Rev. 6-29-59) 







RECORD OF INFORMATION FURNISHED OTHER AGENCIES 



Orally 

date 

Information concerning 



By Telephone 






date 



Written Communication ^"^ / i^/ ^ X 



■b6 
hlC 



Information furnished from File, Serial, and Page Number: 



/0^^/7^^^S^^ ^^"^ ^^^ 



Information furnished was obtained: 

J^Idurinjg.^ourse of Bureau investigation 

-Ej from informants 

cm from complainants or other sources 
Information furnished to: 



Remarks: 




^^^-^^^^^U^^ 




/ 






/OS- OS 



vf/ 




^ ^^mf¥v^ 






u 



OWJX 



# 



BEST AVAILABLE COPY 



:n IvSTs p coiofi.-:.ontir-l source v:";.e svpil-llo 









-:. t.. >,>jf 



r' '"1 '>r ■f'l.-* 



roa on a lir.t; 






J.O IS 'DS'A':, ^uo":;n if this 



Ic iaBntic:'! ':;itl^ 



be 

:b7C 
:b7D 



FD-159 (Rev. 11-25-64) 



• 



# 



RECORD OF INFORMATION FURNISHED OTHER AGENCIES 



Orally 

date 

Information concerning; 



By Telephone 



Written Communication 



date 



12/12/67 



date 



Information furnished from File, Serial, and Page Number: 
105-175^50 



Information furnished was obtained: 

I i during course of Bureau investigation 

iW\ from informants 

I I from complainants or other sources 
Information furnished to: 
CSC 



•bo 
:b7C 



Remarks: Information regarding fact that | | name appeared 

on a list of names found in records of White Citizens 
Councils of D.G., aka Seaboard White Citizens Councils* 



/ os_ -J ^ 



V - 



i/- 105-175 
1 - 80-175 



SpiyyfaU!^** 



bo 
b7C 



^ 



FD-159 (Rev. 5-23-66) 



f 



RECORD OF INFORMATION FURNISHED OTHER AGENCIES 



Orally 

date 

Information concerning: 



By Telephone 



date 



Written Communication ^//D/ O — 

date 



Information furnished from File, Serial, and Page Number; 
105-175-50 

Inforihation furnished was obtained: 

I i during course of Bureau investigation 

Iv I from informants 

i i from complainants or other sources 
Information furnished to: 

CSC 

Number of items disseminated: 



be 



Remarks: Information regarding fact that subject^ name appeared on 
list of KKXaSf names found in records of White Citizens 
Councils of the District of Columbia* 



($)- 105-175 
1 - 80-175 



Special Agent 



p^-/y^ 



c^-^ 



be 

b7'; 




FD-159 (Rev. 5-23-66) 



m 

. o.. 



t 



;,.^ ,«y 



RECORD OF INFORMATION FURNISHED OTHER AGENCIES 



Orally 

date 

Information concerning: 



By Telephone 



Written Communication 



12/3,6/68 



date 



Information furnished from File, Serial, and Page Number: 

100-3332^21 , - 

105-17S^50- 

69-4^21, 37, 2«f 

Information furnished was obtained: '^ 

cm during course of Bureau investigation 

1^ I from informants 

5c1 from complainants or other sources 
Information furnished to: - 
CSC 

Number of items disseminated: 3— 



date 



be 

;b7C 



Remarks: j^x% iti£o pe2?i?ainitig to 
Xerox copy of serial 2l^m 



oniy in above se?:*ials# 



I - 



X00^3332 
1,05^X75 

S0-i75 



Sgg^MS^Eg 



b6 



/o s- f-yjs -^ 




"""ii "hiT Ti" iiNi'iifiiimf iiiHi n"inTnffiirTiiTi[rrf 7r " 



FD-159 (Rev. Vas-ee) 



v. 



% 



^ 



RECORD OF INFORMATION FURNISHED OTHER AGENCIES 



Orally 



By Telephone 



date 

Information concerning 



date 



Written Communication L/ U^/K>\y 

date 

be 
:b7c 



Information furnished from File, Serial, and Page Number: 

116-19065w6,l4,19 (xerox copies) 
105^175^15, plO, 50, 84, p22 
105«176w27 (News clipping) 
100«3332i^21 p5 

Information furnished was obtained: 

P^ i during course of Bureau investigation 

l*^ I from informants 

P^ 1 from complainants or other sources 

Information furnished to: 
CSC 

Number of items disseminated: 

Remarks: See attached* 



116^19065 

105^175 

105-176 

100-3332 

80^175 



be 

b7C 



fO g-/7r-9S 



^\JL 



/d 



^A 




fy. 



h6 

hlC 

hlD 



"She fiX^iS Df the Kno^ille FBX Office contiain 
fhe followiiig ijifowtmtion concosming tho aJ^ove-namea 
individual* 



Olio I I wa0 irtvestigatea under 

tJbie atomic Eixe^rgy Act in July^ 1949. jlo tmfavorablft £s^curity 
or loyaXty information developed ^Juring tliis inve^titioatlon* 

DerogatDxy infonrtation ^a^ developed at a later 
dafce^ re tfeis individual* Sog attachoS mo^^r^iXlQ reports 
dafcod 12/11/57* 6/24/58, and 10/28/58. 



]c[e3cribeil as f^llow^ 



Bate o£ birtlt 

v?if0 

Social Security Ho* 



?^its 




^anif^ atMrf^s£fi[ 



Qa 10/3Q/DG, 

i:fii;l;.3v?raphic Sii^to Servxce^ Xaco^i^xe^t^df 3227 K Street, ^» 
mx&Q available cc3ctain nateriia loft witli him on i0/3O/5G, hy 
m^ '^jnfengtwii raale inaividual* ^Ihia material consisted of tli^ 
following 3t 

1* A 3poator in the form of a caairtoon* TatB 
cartoon appeared to h^ a inedal vith the inscription, **X 
aidoa iat^gratio3a*^ on it^ The meaallioii attached to tlie 
ri33fboit# had £iv^ figures ^ one appeared to h^ a caricature 
of a politiciaii smoking a cigar^ another^ a wltite solicler 
holding a Hegro child ^ anDtfeer, a xnan wearing a dunce cap,. 
fflio soldier haa one foot on the head of a woman lying in a 
prone position with a banner **ntajority ralea** drap^sd across 
her* The bottom of thcs medallion had a wreath witit the 
words « «ij?j^tice xor iVll" on the banner* 



2. ajpjplicatioa bXanlcs as follows* 



a* "ifembershij* apjpXicatioa Tennessee White 
Cifcisens* Cawxcile* itoaae coimfcy whifr*» ff<»-.-f;s«m g« 
Gottncils* I I 

Oliver Spring, Tennessee** 



b» "Hena^esrship application 5CenneSiSs$e VJhite 
Citizens* Conncila, Cmapbell Gounisy Wiiite 
citiaeas* gotmciXgy i ~| 



c. "Menfiaership application Tenneseee White 
Citigeng* Couneila^ An derson Connty Mhit^ citisens* 
Coimclla» | I steneibeyshio cfaaiwaaa,, Clinton* 

Eoute 1, Tennessee, "Telephone Clinton 958H4*« 

3» A series i>t aaaaresses which ha^ written ^ove 
thesi tile followiags 



foxta. 



"Additional copies, as for $1, 300 for $S, order 
One of the acl52resaes saentionea aibove im as follows* 



Mcjahearship Chairaan 

Clinton* Route 1« Tennessee 

On X2/11/57, a confidential Baurce advised that 
the foXXowing inioansation appeare<3 in the records of tlie 
Hiiite eitineae Cotsneils of a. C.# aloo known as the Scal-^ai-a 
Miite Citi?;ens Councils, Washington, J3. d 



Ju* 



2 



«ipp^ar«a on a list captioned **i3ailixig Xl^f" 



Eoute #1# Clinton* S^^mie^see, 

appear^a on a liat which wa0 not captioned 
tli0 ssigiiificance of t^i^ li^t i^s unlcnown* 



3^ A l«^tt«r waa a^drriJFifH? by the Whita Citis:^n0* 

Council to I litoute #1^ Clintoi^^ 

*Smm0BB0i^^ requesting financial aa^iiitat^ce* 

4* a notation also ^i^ear^a in the x^cord^ 
"^Posted imtt o£ Kanper lson<i, ?X2,0Q0*' 



b6 

:b7C 

:b7D 



On 11/14/53, a Goxxfitleatial source, wlio has 
£«rnialisecl reliisfole in forsgitlan in tiH© past, aSvised lihat 
the n&iae I ~| Clinton^ ^^imesaee, not fuarfdier 

identifiea, apjwearea oa one o£* four lista of inaividuals 
belongfing to tfee Seafooara WItite Citizenai Councils (SWC0) . 
IThe lists vcsre captione<3 ^s follows* 

i» Partial raailing list of ssscc. 



(t^ -tb 



Persona who contribufcea money to mcc 
without asking aaythiag in return. 

Persons who have requested literature from 

SWCC such as paaphiets written by JOHS 3S^S:?Eli* ^^ 



thci name 



4, Partial list of jacin&ers of SIK:C. 

It is not knavm which o£ the above lists that 



b7C 
b7D 






Clxnton, ^c-iiae»see, appeared oa. 



Oa 9A7/60, one PSPE& L, SCftVlER was arrested by 
Officers of the liayton, Ohio Police Department after he had 
feeea observed fcy then in the act of setting fire to a cross 
in front of the CQiamunity Chest Baiiding, 33ayton* 5ihe 
residence o£ this individual- 355 iiiiwoad Sfctreofc- navfcs 




Suaierous index cards, correspoaacnce files, hate literatwre, 
etetr WQgg £Qn£i.^?Ctit:iprl by the- Po3.icc Beparteaent^ Ihe nat^c 

I Clinton, Tennessee, apjo-earcS 

on one o£ the afeovc iaentioae<5 index caras. 

On 2/18/59, a confidential source, vho has famished 
reliable information in the past, advised that 3q»ri£R professes 
to be anti-Jltegro ana anti-Semitic ancE is atriotly opposed ta 
tiie JKtKing or "ssongrelij^ing" of the racee in the United States. 
Source advised that X&VIER, in everyday conversation, is 
violently opposed to integration, and his hate for the 
Segroes and the n^vs has reached insane fanaticism. He 
claims to be a aeraber of the Order of the Eattiesnake, which 
iB allegedly a part of the Ka Kiux Klan (KKKh and professes 
to be a laefflbsr af a rooveinent which is currently tsorking to 
prevent integration and to coiabafc vhat XftVXER considers 
control of the tynited States by tJfje "Jews". 



- 3 - 




Baa attachea 2<oro:: copy of nowa clipping from 
t^^ Knot-ryilio .Journal tinted 10/10/56 rgga i^ing yenn^a seo 
VJhitc citissensf Coi^tnoii* Xt ia noted that | l ia 

listed as one of the incorporators of this organisation* 

It is£ not known if the above Itidivid tial tii^ 
individuals Bentionocl above are identical with 
Oak Ridg0> Ccnner^s^o. 



be 

:b7C 
b7D 



4 ^ 






,59 (Rev. 5-23-66) 



RECORD OF INFORMATION FURNISHED OTHER AGENCIES 



Orally 

date 

Information concerning: 



By Telephone 



Written Communication 2/20/69 



date 



date 

:b7C 



Information furnished from File, Serial, and Page Number: 



105.175-50, Page 45 



Information furnished was obtained: 

im during course of Bureau investigation 

II from informants 

I I from complainants or other sources 
Information furnished to: - 



Number of items disseminated; 
Remarks: 



See attacj^ed 



1 -80-175 
(ty 105-175 



TLtlhni 
(2) 



mt- 



be 

b7C 



i SEARCHED . 0KBE)(£D-. 

* SERIALIZED -^ Fil-ED„ 

FE^01969 

FBI — KNOXVILLE 




.;^ 



l^^ili^ 









The files of the Knoxrville FBI QEfice contain the 
following information concerning the above named individual* 

On 12/11/57 > a confid ential source advised that the 
name I I Tennessee appears on a list 



maintained in the records at the Headquarters of the White 
Citizens Councils of D. G,, Washington, D. G. 

Soxirce advised that the significance of this list 
list is unknown. 



be 

hlC 



sheet. 



Tt ifl .not r, known if this individual is identical with 
[ Tennessee listed on yoxir referral 



i. 






i'_^x 



F*b-15d (^ev. 5-23-66) 



RECORD OF INFORMATION FURNISHED OTHER AGENCIES 



Orally 

date 

Information concerning; 



By Telephone 



Written Communication 2/27/69 



date 



Information furnished from File, Serial, and Page Number: 

100^3332^21 lOS-175-50 



Information furnished was obtained: 

I i during course of Bureau investigation 

CSirom informants 

(ZSfrom complainants or other sources 
Information furnished to: 

CSC 

3 

Number of items disseminated; Jf 

Remarks: geo qttachcd* 



date 



b6 

b7C 

b7D 



1 - 


n nn^':i'^'xo 




1 - 

I - 




h6 


ld3-175 

S0-17S 




hlC 
hlD 


_L 






Sm<Ji^{M£!^^&JiX 










(■ L»J . 



FDI-. KiOOXVILLs 



<^^I^ 



The files of the Knoxville FBI Office contain the 
following information concerning the above named individual 



OnJ 



a confidential source advised that 

Clinton, Tennessee appeared in the 

of the WIIITE CITIZENS COUNCILS OF D,G,., also known 



the name [ 

records 

as SEABOARD WHITE CITIZENS COUNCILS, Washington, D» C. 

Soiarce advised that the above name and address 
appeared on a list captioned **mailing list"'. 



Witt 



It is not known if this individual is identical 
listed on your referral sheet. 



bb 

.b7C 

b7D 



On 9/17/50, one PETER L, XAVIER was arrested by 
Officers of the Dayton, Ohio Police Departmant after he had 
been observed by them in the act of setting fire to a cross 
in front of the Community Chest Building, Dayton, The 
residence of this individual, 335 Linwood Street, Dayton, 
was searched by the Dayton Police Department on 9/19/60* 
Numerous index cards, correspondence files, hate literature, 
etc,, were confiscated by t he Police Department. The name 
I [ Clinton, Tennessee, appeared on 

one of the above mentioned index cards ♦ 

On 2/18/59, a confidential source who has furnished 
reliable information in the past, advised that XAVIER professes 
to be anti-Negro and anti-Semitic and is strictly opposed to 
the mixing or "mongrelizing" of the races in the United States. 
Source advised that XAVIER, in everyday conversation, is 
violently opposed to integration, and his hate for the Negroes 
and the Jews has reached insane fanaticism. He claims to be 
a member of the Order of the Rattlesnake, which is allegedly 
a part of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), and professes to be a member 
of a movement which is currently working to prevent integration 
and to combat what XAVIER considers control of the United States 
by the *^Jews". 






Page 2 



]cGont*d) 



OnJ 



1 a confidential source advised that 



cJimton, Tennessee, Is an ot'ticial o± the Clinton Klavern, 
U. S, Klans, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan* 



On[ 



I^Hsoiarce advised that a meeting 



■U. S» KIans> Knifrhtfi c>£ tha Ku Klnx Klan was held or 

I I* Source advised that 

was present at this meeting. 



of the. 



On I "H another source advised that ^ 

and two other individuals get together approximately every 
three weeks in order to meet the requirements that a meeting 
of the Clinton Klavernb be held at least each month* 



Knoxville files contain no other information re 
and it is not knoxvoi if he is identical with individual 



b6 

b7C 

:b7D 



listed on your referral sheet • 



.1 



1' 



-4 ■?< 

FD-159 (Rev. 5-23-66) 



# 



t 



RECORD OF INFORMATION FURNISHED OTHER AGENCIES 



Orally 

date 

Information concerning 



By Telephone 



Written Communication 



12/8/76 



date 



date 


bb 


hlC 



Information furnished from File, Serial, and Page Number: 
105-175-5J 

Information furnished was obtained: 

CZl during course of Bureau investigation 

\ ^i from informants 

I I from complainants or other sources 

Information furnished to: CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION (ATLANTA) 



Number of items disseminated: 
Remarks: 
SEE ATTACHED 



1 



1 - 80-175 
0- 105-175-i 



(CLERK) 



Special Agent 



he 

b7C 



/ 6^- 111^-98 



i:D„__..INDEXEa..^„ 



lZEqpSc^_..FILED 

'EC 8 1976 

;Bi— KNOXViLLE 



_ _i 



^ 



• 



bo 

:b7C 

hlD 



On 



a source who was in a position 



t'o furnish reliable information, made available the papers and 
records maintained in the headquarters of miTE CITIZENS COUNCILS 
OF D. C, also known as Seaboard White Citizens Councils, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Contained in the records were various lists which were 
not captioned. The significance of these lists was unknown. 
On such list appeared the following name and address: 



CLINTON, TENNESSEE 



heroin ha/. =.uv:/ . . v , ; , :.:. :-..f^ .iiic.^'lon 
In tlie past e:i;:ci:>j>o v/ix^j^*^ ociiGruise aiaic;j.» 



'.'■•^i 







^ 



Jt * 



WLITE CITIZENS' COUNCIL OF D, C.\ . ^^^ 



- .* •/ 



u On 



a leaflet was furnished to the FBI,*bear- 
the caption, "T^ITE CITIZENS' COUNCIL, WHAT ARE'THEY". This leaflet 
reflected the following: * " 



// 



"Our movement arises -from a deep-seated belief in the 
divers^ natures of animals and plants as established by the 
Creator, To blot one single distinction is to defy the highest 
plan of Providence. Nigras were not meant to be WHITE. The 
\7hite race was not intended to be 'anything but white. 

"We damn all race-mixers. We believe the race-mongrel izer 
is degenerate. It is our privilege and our power to attack and 
destroy the Communist. The Nordic peoples in the United States 
and White Christendom are the heroic barriers against red 
savagery and murder. As white citizens v/e are organized to defend 
the cherished vision of the white man. We refuse to see our 
children sold into slavery. We demand that the white politician 
exhibit the highest concept of honor as a white man or GET OUT 
OP POLITICS. Y/e demand racial pride in our youths. We demand 
the politician fight the race-mongrelizer or leave the field of 
action. We the people demand the right to attack and destroy 

the communist directly and head-on. We demand the communist-led 
NAACP be placed immediately on the Attorney-General's list 
Of * red-subversive organizations. We demand the red leaders • 
Of the NAACP be prosecuted and given life-imprisonment or the 
maximum the law will allow, 

"We are organized to root out every degenerate 
preacher, civic leader, P. T. A. mongrelizer, school board 
official. Commissioner, pinko professor, lawyer, or politician 
who uses his honorable office to destroy our people. Vfe are 
an attack program. \ie proclaim action as our creed. We are 
nationalists. We declare for America FIRST. Join your Council 
NOW You have no alternative as a 'white man but to join. We are 
fighting. You must fight with us. If there is no Council 
in your community, you must have one. The time is now.'V. ' 

■"••■' ' r 



FEDERAL- BUREj^U OF INVESTIGA.TION 

FOIPA 
DELETED PAGE INFORMATION SHEET 

No Duplication Fees are charged for Deleted Page Information Sheet(s) 

Total Deleted Page(s) ~ 74 
Page 14 ■— Duplicate 
Page 15 ■— Duplicate 
Page 16 ■— Duplicate 
Page IT ~ Duplicate 
Page IS ~ Duplicate 
Page 19 ~ Duplicate 
Page 20 ■— Duplicate 
Page 2 1 ■— Duplicate 
Page 24 ■— Duplicate 
Page 25 ~ Duplicate 
Page 26 ~ Duplicate 
Page 2T ~ Duplicate 
Page 46 ~ Duplicate 
Page 47 ~ Duplicate 
Page 4S ~ Duplicate 
Page 49 ~ Duplicate 
Page 71 ■— Duplicate 
Page 72 — ■ Duplicate 
Page 73 ~ Duplicate 
Page 74 ~ Duplicate 
Page 75 ~ Duplicate 
Page 76 — ■ Duplicate 
Page 77 ■— Duplicate 
Page 7S ■— Duplicate 
Page 79 ~ Duplicate 
Page SO ~ Duplicate 
Page SI ~ Duplicate 
Page S2 — ■ Duplicate 
Page S3 ~ Duplicate 
Page S4 ~ Duplicate 
Page S5 ~ Duplicate 
Page S6 ~ Duplicate 
Page S7 ~ Duplicate 
Page SS ~ Duplicate 
Page S9 ~ Duplicate 
Page 90 ~ Duplicate 
Page 9 1 — ■ Duplicate 
Page 92 —■ Duplicate 
Page 93 —■ Duplicate 
Page 94 ~ Duplicate 
Page 95 ~ Duplicate 
Page 96 ~ Duplicate 
Page 97 — ■ Duplicate 
Page 9S — ■ Duplicate 



Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 



99 - 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

loe 

107 
lOS 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 

lis 

119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
226 
227 
22S 
230 



- Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
— ■ Duplicate 
— ■ Duplicate 
— ■ Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
■— Duplicate 
■— Duplicate 
■— Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
— ■ Duplicate 
— ■ Duplicate 
~ Duplicate 
~b6, b7C 
~b6, b7C 
--be, b7C 
--be, b7C